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Free Disability Evaluation
Filing and getting approved for disability can be overwhelming. More than 60% of first time applicants are denied. One way to help improve your odds is to get a Free Disability Evaluation. A representative or attorney in the Disability field will evaluate your specific case and help direct you in the best course of action. Having someone represent you during the approval process can greatly improve your chances of getting approved the first time, and could also help in a faster approval. If you are unable to work Full Time for at least 12 months and are between the ages of 30 and 65, then we can help.
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Disability Benefits Discussed
Long Term Disability is something most people do not necessarily like to think about. But the probability that you will end up disabled are greater than you realize. Research has shown that a 20-year-old employee has a three in ten chance of becoming handicapped prior to reaching the age of retirement.
This web-site gives fundamental information on Social Security disability benefits and applying for benefits and is not intended to help answer all questions. For specific information about your own circumstance, you need to talk with a Long Term Disability Insurance Lawyer or advocate.
The SSA will pay benefits via 2 services: the Social Security disability insurance program and the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. This section is actually in relation to the Social Security disability program.
Who can get Social Security Long Term Disability Benefits?
Social Security will pay benefits to people who cannot perform the their job simply because they have some sort of health-related problem which can be expected to last at least 1 calendar year or even end up in death. Federal law requires this kind of extremely rigid definition of disability. While several programs give funds to people with limited disability or short-term disability, Social Security will not.
Social Security Disability Payments
Social Security Disability Payments are determined by several different factors. There is not a simple formula for determining the amount you will receive for disability, but there are ways to estimate. Certain factors must be in place to even qualify, one of which is having enough credits to receive benefits. Credits are determined by the amount of time you were employed and paid into the Social Security System.
Some of the factors that may determine your payment amount are;
a. Have you received enough credits
to receive disability;
b. How close to retirement are you;
d. How much have you paid into the
Social Security system to date;
d. Are you currently receiving any
pensions or expect to receive any
Probably the best way to find out what you can qualify for is to contact a long term disability lawyer or advocate who help people to get Long Term Disability Benefits. Simply by having a conversation with them can help determine your eligibility. Once your eligibility is determined then they can help you figure out what your expected payout should be, once approved by the Social Security Administration. Generally if you find yourself in need of Disability assistance then the amount you will receive should come secondary to getting approved. Once you become disabled take immediate action. Contact a Long Term Disability Attorney or advocate to help get you approved, you can find out what your expected payout is along the way. You may be able to get an estimate up front, but the actual number won't be determined until you are approved.
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