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September 2017 Archives

Knowledge and experience can help the SSD claim process

It is human to err and when the process is something as confusing as filling out a Social Security Disability claims application, Anaheim, California, residents are probably highly likely to err. Even though individuals conduct their initial research and assume they have all the necessary information to proceed correctly, their applications may be denied because of the basic mistakes or omissions they make in their application.

Those with severe PTSD may qualify for Social Security Disability

When people think of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), most people tend to think of military veterans. After all, these individuals may have experienced intense conflict, witnessed many deaths or even had to go through a life-threatening situation. Most military veterans with PTSD can receive benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs if they go through the proper channels.

Report: SSDI backlog tops one million

He worked as a stone mason until a series of heart attacks forced him in his late 50s to stop working. He applied for Social Security Disability benefits in 2014, but his claim was denied. He appealed the decision, but died in November of last year following a fourth and final heart attack.

Don't let the SSA backlog hinder denied claim appeal

California residents may be surprised to hear that the Social Security Administration shells out $197 billion in disability payments to 10.5 million in Social Security Disability benefits and 8 million in Supplemental Security Income. Though this may sound like a whopping number, the reality is that no one is getting rich receiving this payment-with an average payment of $1,037, it is barely enough to keep a family out of poverty.

Can sickle-cell anemia qualify for SSD benefits?

One of the most difficult aspects of having an illness that prevents one from working, in addition to actually suffering from that condition, is that simply being disabled does not mean one qualifies for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Being approved for benefits has a lot to do with the medical requirements, whether they are met and what information is gathered from those medical records.

Relationship between nursing home care and SSI

The criteria for receiving supplemental security income is interesting in that the very factors that make a person eligible to receive them also make that same person more likely to need long term care in a nursing home facility that they may or may not be able to afford. Many people who receive SSI disability benefits will find themselves in a nursing home at some point or another in their lives and it is important to understand how that will affect their SSI benefits.

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