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Dealing with a Social Security Disability Insurance Application Rejection

Social Security Disability AttorneyAn overwhelming number of SSDI applications are rejected every year due to various reasons. Therefore, if you recently applied for Social Security Disability Benefits and your application got rejected, there is no need to be distraught or disappointed. While getting your application rejected is not an ideal outcome, you need to plan your next step right away. If you truly fit the eligibility criteria of the program, you will ultimately succeed. All you need is proper guidance and instruction. According to experienced social security disability lawyers, many applicants face rejection at first due to incomplete or improperly filled applications. Before we move on to providing guidance on how to deal with rejection, let’s briefly discuss the SSDI program.

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How to Successfully Apply for SSDI

Social Security Disability AttorneyThe US federal program, SSDI, exists in order to provide financial assistance to tax paying disabled Americans. Due to a wide range of factors, including unsafe work environments, quite a significant number of Americans become disabled. Due to lack of awareness regarding the prerequisites of the SSDI program, a lot of people who are not eligible for financial benefits under this program apply for it. This, along with other factors, has contributed to a whopping 65% rejection of applications every year. The high percentage of denied applications may cause deserving candidates to feel less optimistic about their chances. Therefore, it is imperative to understand that the program has a set of conditions which you need to fulfill. If you meet all of the prerequisites, there is no reason for your application to be denied.

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All You Need to Know About Social Security and Disability Insurance Program

Social Security Disability AttorneySocial Security Disability insurance, also known as workers’ disability, is an insurance program run by the U.S. federal government which provides monthly benefits to disabled citizens. The insurance program is funded by the federal tax collected from payrolls and intends to help those who cannot work due to their disability. There are certain requirements and criteria which one needs to meet in order to be eligible for these monthly payments. A layman might find the requirements quite complex and difficult to understand so it is best to consult social security disability lawyers for assistance.

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Social Security Disability Benefits for Skin Disorders

Social Security Disability AttorneyMost people have experienced minor skin problems that may appear unsightly, but get better with time. However, there are certain skin disorders that can reduce your ability to work, such as inability to hold or firmly grip items with your hands and cause restricted movements. If you are suffering from a skin disease that hampers your ability to fully utilize your work capability, there is a good chance that you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits.

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How can a Personal Injury Settlement Affect your Disability Benefits?

Disability AttorneyA majority of the government financial assistance programs provide monetary relief to eligible individuals on a monthly basis, but have strict criteria and limits for qualification. If you have been injured in an accident and have received compensation for your damages, there is a possibility that it may impact your ability to qualify or continue to get disability benefits. It is essential that you discuss this with your personal injury attorney before reaching a settlement. This is because without proper planning, your personal injury award can affect your disability benefits, or deprive you of the monetary support for a specific period.

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What to Expect from a Social Security Disability Interview

Social Security Disability AttorneyIf you suffer from a disabling injury or medical condition, you may have several questions about filing for Social Security disability benefits and how the process will go forward after your application has been approved. Generally, the first step involves giving an initial interview to a Social Security representative. It is best that you prepare for it prior to going to the interview to increase the chance of your receiving SSD benefits.

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Social Security Disability Benefits for Special Senses/Speech Disabilities

Social Security for Special SensesThe Social Security Administration (SSA) has designed Social Security Disability benefits programs that offer aid to people who have become disabled and are unable to earn a living. The criteria for being considered eligible for different kinds of physical impairments and debilitating diseases have been laid out in the Blue Book.

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Do you Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Social Security AttorneyThe United States has a great system which does not leave the people who have sustained a disability in their later life to fend for themselves. People who are suffering from diseases such as congestive heart failure, late stage kidney disease and cancer, or even people who have sustained a permanently damaging injury due to aging effect or residual conditions may become eligible for a disability benefit.

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Reporting a Social Security Disability Fraud

Social Security Disability LawyerSocial Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a great program providing benefits to people who have suffered from a severe medical condition due to which they have become unable to resume their job. If you have been employed and paid your income tax, this means you have made payments for SSDI converge. However, sometimes people try to fabricate their medical condition, and opt for fraudulent ways to collect SSD benefits. Because of this, people who are eligible and in dire need of this monetary support usually suffer and are deprived of their right to receive said support.

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