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    If you’ve been injured or suffer from an illness that prevents you from working, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. The first step in seeking benefits is to apply for them with the Social Security Administration (SSA). The application process can be long and involved, so it’s wise to have an idea of… Read More

    Social Security disability (SSD) benefits cover a wide range of both physical and mental disabilities. Generally speaking, a mental disorder must cause a “marked or serious impairment” of daily functions, be expected to last at least one year, and/or be expected to cause the death of the person who has it. The Social Security Administration… Read More

    There are many myths and misconceptions about Social Security Disability (SSD) floating around in the world that many people believe, but are not necessarily true. Here are some of the most common myths and the facts behind them. Myth: You can’t get benefits until you are bedridden or nearly dead. Fact: Social Security Disability benefits are available… Read More

    If you’ve been disabled due to an accident, illness, or other event, you may be aware that Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments can help you cover necessary bills even though you are no longer able to work. However, you may not know that SSDI payments can also help support your spouse and/or children. If… Read More

    Children who meet the Social Security Administration (SSA)’s definition of “disability” may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits even if they have never worked or paid into Social Security, as long as their disability occurred before they reached age 22. The SSA typically requires that a disability meets certain criteria before SSDI payments… Read More

    Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) pays benefits for certain people who are unable to work due to injury or illness. If you’re facing disability in California, here are some guidelines you’ll have to meet in order to qualify for SSDI benefits. “Disability.” The first step is to meet the Social Security Administration (SSA)’s definition of “disability.” A… Read More

    California residents with disabilities may qualify for benefits from the federal Social Security Administration (SSA) in two ways. The SSA provides both Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Although these programs are different in many ways, they both make benefits available to qualifying individuals in California and other states who… Read More

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