Social Security denies around 70% of initial applications for disability benefits. Often those whose applications are denied are left wondering why. One of the most common practical reasons why a disability claim is denied is because of the lack of sufficient or compelling medical records. Going to Doctor is Key.
When you turn 50 it becomes easier to qualify for disability under either of Social Security’s disability programs: Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income. At age 50 and above, you may qualify even if a vocational expert says you can do sedentary work. How to qualify for
Disability Alabama recently represented a claimant with back pain, hand injuries, and intellectual disabilities in their claim for Social Security Disability Insurance. The case went to a hearing and we were able to show the claimant was disabled and had been for several years. As a result, the claim was
SSDI Payment While your Social Security application is pending, it may seem like you’re losing months of potential benefits. Indeed, since around 70% of initial applications are denied, most disabled Social Security claimants will have to wait more than 6 months before getting paid. What happens to those months