IS THERE A WAITING PERIOD FOR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS?

Social Security Disability is only awarded for those who cannot work for at least twelve consecutive months. To make certain that benefits are not paid for temporary disabilities, you must show that they have been disabled for at least five consecutive months during which time you are not entitled to benefits. Benefits are payable from the sixth month after you have become disabled (the onset of disability).


WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR DISABILITY BENEFITS?


WHAT IS THE EARLIEST AGE THAT I CAN COLLECT SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY?


WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY ("SSDI") AND SOCIAL SECURITY SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME ("SSI")?


CAN I COLLECT SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME ("SSI") AND SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY ("SSDI") BENEFITS?


HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO APPEAL IF I HAVE ALREADY BEEN TURNED DOWN FOR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS?



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