Category Archives: Social Security Disability Insurance

12 Sep

SSDI’s Predicted 2016 Expiration Date – Know the Facts

What You Need to Know about SSDI’s Predicted 2016 Expiration Date What is SSDI? Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is an insurance program run by the Social Security Administration, a federal government institution. It is funded through payroll tax contributions from employees and their employers. This insurance program is essential for Americans that have been

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16 Oct

The High Cost and Low Availability of Health Insurance and Its Effect on SSDI

Another important factor in people’s decision to apply for Social Security disability benefits is the decreased access to health insurance.  As employer-sponsored insurance programs deteriorate and private policies become more expensive and unobtainable, some workers apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for eventual Medicare benefits.  SSDI beneficiaries may qualify for Medicare after two years,

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18 Feb

Working After the Social Security Disability Benefits Award

Working After the Social Security Disability Benefits Award By: Disability Group (www.socialsecuritylaw.com) Have you received Social Security Disability Benefits? There’s a common misconception is that any work done after receiving an award for Social Security disability benefits will terminate those benefits.  In fact, however, a person receiving benefits may work and still receive many benefits.

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02 Feb

How to Prove Pain in a Social Security Disability Case

What is the Social Security Administration trying to do in my disability case? The Social Security Administration’s main goal is to decide whether you are able to work, doing either your past job or any type of job. Does the Social Security Administration (SSA) consider the pain I am in when deciding whether to award

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