Approximately 19% of the total social security benefits paid out go to provide for disable workers and their dependents. The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income programs are the two main programs that provide assistance to disabled people. If you have been denied social security benefits in the past or you believe that you may be entitled to social security disability benefits call Romanow Law Group today. We will help get you the benefits that you deserve.
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Whether you know it or not, a portion of your federal tax dollars have been going to provide you with disability insurance in the event that a disability prevents you from working.
Social Security disability insurance provides benefits to people who cannot work because of a medical condition that is expected to last at least one year or result in death. It doesn’t cover short term disabilities or partial disabilities. The legislative intent of Social Security disability income (SSDI) is to offer aid to those forced to stop working due to a mental or physical disability. The aim of the program is good and necessary. However, government deficiencies often obstruct the very people the program was designed to help from qualifying for the program.
Supplemental Security Income pays benefits to disabled adults and children with insufficient income and resources. In order to qualify for SSI you must be disabled and have low income and few resources. Whether you qualify for SSI depends on your financial need. It is possible to qualify for both SSDI and SSI.
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