The Social Security Disability application process can be rather complicated. Click on the link above for an extensive list of frequently asked questions regarding Social Security Disability. Find out if you qualify for disability benefits and how to apply if you believe that you qualify.
The Social Security Disability system is sometimes confusing and it can be difficult to understand what certain words mean in relation to Social Security Disability. Click on the link above for an extensive list of Social Security Disability glossary terms that will help clarify the process.
The Social Security Blue Book is the colloquial term for the disability evaluation evaluation under Social Security. The Blue Book lists out what medical evidence you need in order to support your claim for Social Security benefits.
Preparing and submitting sufficient medical evidence from your doctors can greatly increase your chances of getting a faster determination on your claim from the Social Security Administration.
Obtaining Social Security Disability benefits can be a strenuous process. This section contains an extensive list of articles on how to qualify, how to apply and how to appeal a denial for disability benefits. Click on the link above for articles that help explain the Social Security Disability process.
Did you know that applicants aged 50+ often have an easier time qualifying for Social Security disability benefits? If you have a disability and you're age 50 or older, you should apply for Social Security disability benefits as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of disability applications are denied. If you were denied for medical reasons, you may not be sure what evidence you'll need to supplement your claim during the appeals process. The link above can help you determing what may have gone wrong and how to win you claim when you appeal.
The Social Security Disability Application process can differ slightly from state to state. This sections contains information on the application process in each state and a list of Social Security offices located in each state. Click on the link above for information on where and how you can apply for disability.
In order to qualify for disability, you need to be out of work for at least a year. If you are wondering whether you can work with your medical condition, click on the link above for more information
The disability process is a rather long process that requires a lot of paperwork to be filled out in a timely manner. Thus it is quite common for applicants to commit mistakes. Click on the above link, for a list of common mistakes encountered by claimants and information on how to avoid making these mistakes.
The disability process can be rather confusing. The SSA requires that you have all necessary medical documentation to prove that your disability will keep you out of work for at least year. Disability Attorneys are experts in gathering this kind of information. Click on the above link for more information on medical clinics and hiring a disability attorney in your area.
Was your claim denied? If so, a Social Security disability attorney or advocate may be able to help you get the financial resources you need. You should speak with an attorney as soon as your claim is denied for the best chance of approval.
Being diagnosed with an illness can be difficult for a patient and their loved ones. Browse this page for more information on the resources available to you in your state for different conditions.
If you are a caregiver, you may be able to help your patient apply for disability benefits. Learn how!
If your initial application has been denied, you are still able to receive benefits. Learn more about the next steps for your specific condition here
Learn more about the application process for different qualifying conditions.
These tips will help you to build a strong appeal.
An ALJ hearing is an important part of the disability benefits process where you are able to present your case in front of a judge. Learn more about how to approach the ALJ hearing with a specific condition.
The functional limitations you are experiencing from your disabling condition can impact your disability claim. Learn more about how different functional limitations for conditions can help you qualify for disability benefits.
Some conditions may automatically qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Find out what these are!