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Why You Don’t Qualify for Disability
Posted in: Application Process on December 10th, 2014

bankruptcy questionsHundreds of people are injured every day. Many of them are injured so badly that they are unable to work in their previous jobs, and some are injured to the extent that they are unable to work at all. In these cases, disabled persons are typically due to receive Social Security Disability Income (SSDI). This is usually enough to keep the injured person and his or her family on their feet until the injury is healed or until income comes from another source.

Unfortunately, many people who seem to qualify for SSDI do not receive payments, usually because of some exclusive criteria they were unaware of. A few of these criteria include:

  • Earning more than $1,040 a month as an employee. Many injured persons either take a part time job or some sort of minor employment to stay busy and fill their time while they try to recover. If during that employment they make just over $1000 a month, they are considered to be working and their SSDI can be cut off.
  • Being able to work in some capacity. If a person can work in some capacity that the Social Security Administration deems suitable for that person’s age and condition, they will be expected to find employment in that field and will be denied SSDI.
  • The injury not being severe enough to limit job performance. If a person has use of all senses and can carry out instructions in a minor work capacity despite heavy injuries, he or she may be deemed unqualified to receive SSDI.

To find out more about SSDI, contact the Social Security Administration or a Social Security Disability attorney.

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