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Do I Qualify for SSDI Benefits?

Social Security Disability Income benefits are designed to pay those who are disabled and unable to work for at least a year. To qualify for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI), the jobs you have worked need to have paid into the Social Security fund and the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax.

Should I Apply for SSDI or SSI?
You’ve been injured or have a disability that will prevent you from working. You know you might qualify for social security benefits but don’t know which to apply for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Which one do you apply for? Here is some information on both types of Social Security benefits.
The SSDI Application Process

If you are considering applying for Social Security Disability, the application process may seem daunting. You will be required to provide much information about the particulars of your case, as well as fill out all of the required forms and paperwork. Below, we will walk you through the initial steps of your SSD application.

If you are between the ages of 50 and 65 years and suffer from a disability that prevents you from working, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits

SSDI Eligible Disabilites

Cancer

While many different types of cancer will qualify to receive benefits, your approval process for benefits will depend on the type, stage

Spine Disorders

Every day you participate in activities that can put a tremendous amount of strain on your spine. Things from sitting for extended periods

Heart Disorders

If you have recently been diagnosed with a severe heart condition and are unable to work, you may qualify to receive Social Security Disability (SSD)

Digestive Disorders

Do you suffer from a digestive system condition that is so severe it has left you unable to work? If so, you may qualify to receive social 

Frequently Asked Questions

Social Security Disability is a government program that aims to help support people financially when they’ve been injured and can not work or adapt to a new line of work. It also helps to protect people who are chronically disabled and never had the opportunity to work. 

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Social Security Disability Income benefits are designed to pay those who are disabled and unable to work for at least a year. To qualify for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI), the jobs you have worked need to have paid into the Social Security fund and the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax. 

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While many different types of cancer will qualify to receive benefits, your approval process for benefits will depend on the type, stage, location and how well your cancer is responding to, or expected to, respond to treatment. 

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You’ve been injured or have a disability that will prevent you from working. You know you might qualify for social security benefits but don’t know which to apply for: Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Which one do you apply for? 

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Compassionate Allowances is a term given by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to identify diseases and other medical conditions that are already identified to meet the standards and requirements to receive Social Security Disability benefits. These conditions are considered to be the most serious disabilities and are treated with more urgency than other disabilities. 

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