In order to qualify for SSDI or for SSI you must have a medically provable impairment, physical or mental, that precludes you from working in any kind of gainful employment - not just in your
This assessment includes how your disability would affect your ability to hold a job in the long term. For example, if you could reasonably expect to miss more than one day of work a month due to incapacity, that would be taken into account.
Most applications for SSDI are actually denied on the first time through the system - and then approved after one reapplies with a stronger case. If you've been turned down, contact us.
We are familiar with Social Security Administration's long list of impairments and can help you make your case for qualification in terms that will make it easier to get you approved.
The process of figuring out what you are eligible for and then actually getting those benefits can be confusing. Deissner Law Office can help you understand the two
key sets of criteria: your financial and your
Before you can qualify for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI), you must have already paid into the system by working for at least 5 out of the last 10 years. If you don't meet this requirement than you may qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) instead.
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