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Common Mistakes Made On A SSDI Application
Posted in: Application Process on August 26th, 2015

mhAMTHQWhenever you have to do something that concerns a government agency it usually means that there is a lot of paperwork that needs to be filled out. This is no different when you are going to apply for your SSDI. It is quite well known that a great many of these types of applications get turned down. This knowledge has prompted many people who are going to apply for SSDI to use the services of a SSDI attorney to help them with their filing for this.

One of the common mistakes is the assumption that you have enough work credits to qualify. You really won’t know this unless you understand the criteria that is used by the SSA agency for determining this. Another mistake is you make too much money. This may not be as straight forward as you think. If you happen to be on unemployment benefits when you apply for SSDI then this may be taken into account when the Agency is determining our income. Another big mistake is determining what your disability is and whether it qualifies. Many people who are turned down for SSDI are shocked to learn that their disability doesn’t meet the criteria for disabilities as set in place by the Agency.

Another issue you may end up facing is that this government body may determine that you can work, but perhaps in a different type of work that you were doing prior to your becoming disabled.

There is far more to just filling out the application form when it comes to SSDI benefits, so you want to make sure you get this right the first time.

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