Monday, March 16, 2015

Social Security Disability Benefits: Reforms Might Stop Funding Crisis

The Social Security Disability program is one of the largest Federal programs that provide aid to people with disabilities. It pays benefits to the individual and certain members of the family if the individual has worked long enough, and has a medical condition that has hindered the ability to work; or if the condition is expected to last for at least a year, or results in death. As of now, conditions may be considered very fluid as far as SSDI benefits are concerned, and individuals seeking eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits have to pass through extensive scrutiny to qualify. Social Security services experts like DECO Recovery Management can help applicants through the process, screening every application and helping with the necessary paperwork and documentation to improve the chances for eligibility.

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