Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability is a program managed by the Federal Government. It provides income to people who cannot work because they have physical and/or mental conditions that are expected to last at least one year or result in death and which prevents a person from doing any type of work activity.
It is not a short-term or temporary program. Being found disabled by other programs such as long-term or short-term disability or Veterans benefits does not automatically qualify a person for Social Security Disability.
Applying for disability can be a long process, and it is not unusual for someone to be denied benefits early in the process. It is important to get experienced help with your Social Security claim.
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