Many people who are unable to work because of a disability may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). In order to be eligible to receive benefits for SSDI (also called SSD), one must fulfill several qualifications issued by the Social Security Administration (SSA). There are three basic requirements to being labeled as "disabled" by the SSA:
Do you think you may fit these qualifications for SSDI? Are you unsure of whether you would be considered eligible by the SSA? If you are attempting to secure Social Security Disability benefits but are struggling with the process, do not hesitate to seek help. Fill out the free, no-obligation consultation form on the right to receive a case review from an experienced Memphis disability attorney at Morgan & Morgan.
The Social Security Administration uses the answers to a few key questions to determine eligibility for SSDI. These include:
In addition to fulfilling the requirements to be considered "disabled," individuals also must have worked long enough and recently enough to qualify for disability benefits. These work requirements can be found in detail on our SSDI work requirements page.
Sometimes individuals have conditions that almost always qualify them for disability benefits, but other times it is much more difficult to fulfill the Social Security Disability requirements. If you or a loved one has experienced a disability and is seeking to apply for SSDI, a skilled attorney can be an invaluable resource. The Memphis SSDI lawyers at Morgan & Morgan have a proven track record of successfully preparing the disabled of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi for their disability claims. For a consultation from an attorney, fill out the free case review form on the right.