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Why Do Only Some People Qualify for SSDI?
Posted in: Application Process on June 24th, 2015

trapSo many people live with false security thinking that if they become unable to work because of illness or injury that they will automatically be able to rely on social security disability. Many are shocked when they apply for this financial help and discover they have been denied.

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Based on the large number of denials that has become public knowledge, a lot of individuals will retain the services of a disability attorney to help them through the application process. The first thing the SSDI agency will check out is whether you qualify based on the financial criteria that is set in place for this financial relief. Following this your application gets send to the Disability Determination Services agency. They decide whether your particular disability qualifies for benefits.

Not every disability meets the criteria that is set for SSDI and this is one of the reasons why only some people end up qualifying. Even after qualifying there is a lot of paper work that has to be done, and done right. If it isn’t then this is another reason why the application may get turned down.

When determining whether an individual has a disability that qualifies there are a lot of factors that are considered. If the individual applying doesn’t meet all of the criteria then again they could be denied. The agency making this determination with consider whether the disability is one that is on the accepted list, whether it is sever enough to prevent an individual from doing their previous job, and perhaps other types of considerations.

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