Many people apply for SSDI each year, but only 35% of initial applications are approved which means 65% of applications are initially denied.
Many people who apply for disability benefits suffer from more than one illness or injury which combined leaves them unable to work.
Filing a disability claim with the SSA involves navigating a sea of unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. It is always helpful to have a quick reference or “cheat sheet” handy when reading through instructions and forms.
Only about 35% of SSDI initial applications result in a benefits award but your chances increase dramatically with the help of an experienced disability lawyer.
If you have PSa you may qualify for Social Security disability. People with psoriatic arthritis may qualify under dysfunction of a joint or inflammatory arthritis.
People who have a disability and are also homeless have the same rights as those who are not experiencing homelessness. There are several ways for them to apply.