Regain Financial Independence: Apply For Social Security Disability Benefits
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Have you worked hard your entire life paying into Social Security?
Has your ability to earn a livelihood been taken away due to a medical condition or an injury?
Then you need to explore your options in qualifying for disability benefits.
Imagine getting a lump sum of back benefits you are due under disability. What could you do with that money?
Imagine getting a monthly check in the mail until you reach retirement age.
Imagine qualifying for Medicare to help pay for your medical expenses.
Imagine no longer having to rely on family and friends for financial support.
I have helped hundreds and hundreds of clients over the last nine years qualify for disability benefits. I have earned 90+ five-star google reviews from my happy clients.
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What Clients are saying about Brad Thomas Disability
While opinions on this subject are not unanimous, there is nothing inconsistent with applying for both disability and unemployment benefits. From my personal experience some disability judges will disagree with me on this, but they are in the minority of judges and generally grant fewer cases than average anyways.
The SSA’s rules are that if you are making less than $1,300.00 a month working part time you can still apply for disability benefits. I find that disability judges do not apply this rule in the real world. What actually happens is that if you are working part time making less than $1,300.00 a month the whole time you are applying for disability your case will get denied because the judge will argue you could have worked more hours and made over $1,300.00 a month; cases like these are nearly always denied. However, you can still work while applying for disability! If you are working full time but your job lasts for less than six months the SSA considers this a “failed work attempt” and it will not count against your disability claim. In fact, many judges will view your claim more favorably if they see you are trying, and failing, to work. However, if your job lasts over six months it will be considered a successful return to work and will effectively end your disability case in most circumstances.
Yes. If you have a medical condition that could possibly keep you from working for at last one full calendar year you should apply. Even if you think you may return to work in less than a year it is often a good idea to get a disability claim started just in case you do not recover as soon as you hope.
Yes, you will be entitled to Medicare benefits two years after the date the SSA first determined you to be disabled.
Yes, even if you have never worked you can still qualify for SSI so long as your medical conditions would prevent you from currently working.
The average federal SSI payment in 2022 (for adults) is $604 per month. SSDI payments range on average between $800 and $1,800 per month. The maximum benefit you could receive in 2020 is $3,011 per month.