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Determining Disability for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
To qualify for SSDI and SSI, you must meet both medical and non-medical criteria because you must be medically disabled and have paid into Social Security enough to be considered insured under SSDI or meet the low-income qualifications under SSI.
Whether you have not even filed your application yet or have already been denied, we are ready and willing to assist with you.
Each year millions of Americans are faced with disabling conditions that prevent them from being able to work or that make it difficult to do so. These conditions can be mental or physical, ranging from autoimmune disorders (e.g. Lupus, MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis) and cardiovascular issues (e.g. heart failure, high blood pressure) to psychological or psychiatric disorders (e.g. Bipolar disorder, Autism, Schizophrenia) and musculoskeletal diseases (e.g. Degenerative Disc Diseases, RSD, Arthritis) and many other severe health problems, including Cancer and Diabetes.
If you are or have become disabled and are wondering whether you qualify for either the SSDI or SSI program, there are a few ways to help determine whether you qualify.
Discuss your eligibility with a qualified advocate from the National Disability Group’s SSDI Help Team. Our team members deal with disability claims on a regular basis and can bring valuable guidance when applying for SSDI or SSI from their first-hand experience and insight.