Here are Disability FAQs (“frequently asked questions”) from the experts at SSDHelpNow.com. We’ve helped thousands of people across the country get the Disability benefits they need. We can help you too.
Very few people will receive a Disability hearing decision on the spot. Most must wait weeks or months to learn the fate of their claim. Find out why.
When you reach full retirement age (usually age 66), Social Security Disability benefits automatically convert to retirement benefits. Learn more.
An Administrative Law Judge conducts Social Security Disability appeals hearings to determine whether or not you are disabled under the law. Learn more.
A Vocational Expert will testify about what work, if any, you can perform. A VE can make or break your Social Security Disability case. Learn more.
If you can get an on the record review from an Administrative Law Judge, you could win your Disability appeal without a hearing. Find out how.
To meet the Social Security Definition of Disability, you must have a medical condition that prohibits you from working for at least a year.
To be eligible for Disability benefits, Social Security must evaluate your Residual Functional Capacity. Find out what this is and why it is so important.
When you get approved for Social Security Disability benefits, you automatically qualify for Medicare coverage. However, there is a 24-month waiting period before health insurance begins.
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