SSDI Benefits For People Who Worked Regularly Before Becoming DisabledSocial Security disability benefits

If you have been injured or have been diagnosed with a medical condition and are unable to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. SSDI benefits are generally more than SSI benefits, but have stricter eligibility criteria. The Cochran Firm Disability Lawyers can review your case for free to help you find out if you meet the eligibility requirements. Here are a few basic guidelines set forth by Social Security to determine who is entitled to SSDI benefits:

•Disability: You cannot do any substantial work due to a medical condition (physical and/or emotional) that is expected to last at least one year or result in death. Click here to learn more about qualifying disabilities.

•History of Paying Social Security: You must have participated in employment where you paid into the Social Security program and earned a certain amount of work credits to qualify, based on how long you paid into Social Security.

•Income: You must show that you are financially in need of benefits and your monthly income cannot exceed SSDI eligibility amounts.

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