Three ways to win SSDI benefits fast

Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I have a very serious health condition, and I can no longer work. Are there any programs which allow you to win SSDI benefits fast?”

Winning SSDI benefits fast

Although most SSDI claimants who file for disability benefits are denied the first time they apply, there are certain cases which the SSA identifies which are not only automatically approved, but may actually be expedited through the disability review process. Below we will discuss the three easiest ways to win SSDI benefits fast.

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SSDI denial: why can’t I just file another SSDI claim?

Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I filed for disability about two months ago. I just found out I was denied benefits. I have heard that it’s better to file an appeal than to file another application. I don’t know if I want the hassle of appealing my SSDI claim. Why can’t I just file my SSDI claim a second time?”

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Authorized representative for SSDI can it be anyone?

Recently on our disability forum a user asked, “I do not want to hire a lawyer to help me with my Social Security Disability Insurance claim, but I do have a friend who is very legally astute. She has offered to help me. Can she be my authorized representative even if she is not a disability lawyer?”

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Neurological abnormalities and qualifying for SSDI?

Neurological abnormalities can include any conditions which affects the brain or any other part of the central nervous system, including the peripheral nervous system and the spinal cord.

If you have any type of severe neurological disorder which does not allow you to perform substantial gainful activity for at least 12 continuous months, you have work credits and are insured for SSDI benefits, and you are not currently working, you may qualify for SSDI benefits.

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