Sunday, February 1, 2015

Social Security Disability Services Help Claimants Get Needed Benefits

Despite accusations of fraudulent SSDI claims, many experts point to the difficulty of actually meeting Social Security disability eligibility standards. For a member to qualify, he must prove that his condition is severe enough to prevent him from working not just on his previous job, but on any job in any industry; and that the impairment is expected to last for at least one year, or result in death. Additionally, the member should have paid a minimum amount to the SSS by the time of his disability, depending on his age. In fact, as the LA Times reports, only around 41% of all SSDI applicants get approved for benefits.

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