If you are unable to work because of a health issue, you may qualify for up to $2600/month in Social Security Disability Benefits. Complete our Free Evaluation below
Step 1 of 3
•Are you currently working in any capacity?* •Yes •No
•Are you currently receiving Social Security payments?* •Yes •No
•Are you represented by a Social Security Disability Attorney or Advocate?* •Yes •No
•Are you treating for your health issues with a doctor?* •Yes •No
First off, what is Social Security Disability (SSDI)?
Social Security Disability is a Disability program administered by the Social Security Administration. The program was created to assist individuals who are no longer able to work because of a mental or physical condition. Those found disabled are able to obtain Social Security benefits, early.
What will I Qualify For?
•Up to $2,663.00 per month in steady income
•A lump sum payment of benefits owed from back-pay
•Health Insurance (Medicare, Medicaid or both)
•Annual Cost of Living Increases
•A helpful advocate to handle your case at no out-of-pocket costs
•Additional assistance in other legal areas
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I was MED boarded in 2014 and my packet was automatically forwarded to Social Security. If you think you should get SSDI, make an appointment to see a SS worker and they will help you fill out the application.
Thanks for sharing SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL. Last year In tried to apply for SSDI benefits based on advice from the Patient Advocate. That was a waste of time. In my case my SSDI benefits would be $2,667 right now if they were granted.