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

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At SocialSecurityDisability.com, we are here to help answer the questions you may have about the SSDI process. Our primary focus is to provide information to individuals about Social Security Disability benefits so that they can approach the application process with confidence. We hope that through this website, we can guide you through the Social Security Disability (SSD) application process, clarify common misconceptions about SSD, and help answer any questions that come up along the way.

Delivering the most up-to-date and relevant information for those looking to determine if they may be eligible to receive SSDI benefits. We have gathered answers to many of the common questions into one central location for your convenience.

In addition to providing information, SocialSecurityDisability.com also partners with experienced disability attorneys. These attorneys are ready to inform you of your options, assist with the application process, and even help with your appeal case if your claim is initially denied. If would you like to be connected with an attorney, complete the online form here.

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