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714-450-6689
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October 2016 Archives

Have questions during the SSDI process? Talk to an attorney.

People who are applying for Social Security Disability Benefits, or people who are studying up on the topic, are often left confounded and confused by how complicated the system is. There are a lot of rules and a lot of processes that need to be followed, and so it is only natural that anyone in this position would be left with a lot of questions. This is inherent to Social Security Disability Insurance. People want, and need, their questions answered.

How is SSDI eligibility determined?

Previously we discussed various mental disabilities that may be eligible for SSDI benefits; however, you may be wondering how the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines if an applicant is disabled and therefore eligible for benefits. There are five steps the SSA will go through.

Mental conditions that qualify someone for SSDI

No matter what disability you live with, the circumstances are understandably brutal. No one would want to live with difficult circumstances such as paralysis, the loss of limbs, or piercing chronic back pain that makes manual labor impossible. As bad as physical disabilities are, mental disabilities are just as nightmarish. They are often hard to articulate and diagnose. Sometimes, they are cyclical or their symptoms aren't apparent at a certain point in time. This can make things very difficult for the Social Security Administration when they are trying to evaluate your application on the basis of a mental condition.

Appeals court overturns judge's questionable SSDI decision

Last week we wrote a post about appealing denied Social Security disability benefits claims, and how qualifying for these benefits can be a difficult task -- even though it is patently clear to you that you disability, injury or condition dramatically affects your ability to work. In these cases, it is imperative that you consult with an attorney to help you through your denied claim, and to push forward with the appeal.

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