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Need To Apply For SSDI?

Need to Apply for SSDI?


Needs to apply for SSDIApplying for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits can be a long and complicated process. For the best chance to receive the benefits owed to you, we advise that you talk to an experienced Social Security Disability attorney. An attorney can ensure that you have correctly completed your claim and submitted the appropriate documentation. An attorney is the best advocate you can have for your claim.

Are You Eligible for SSDI?

Social Security Disability is a government program pays monthly benefits to you if you become disabled and are unable to work. In order to be eligible for Social Security Disability, you are required to have previously worked in a job where you paid Social Security taxes. The Social Security Administration uses a system of credits, based on your earnings and your work history, to determine whether you are eligible.  Not all jobs count towards Social Security eligibility. But if you are self-employed or in the military, you are likely still eligible for benefits.

You May Apply for SSI

If you become disabled and unable to work, and you have not worked long enough for SSDI benefits, you may apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) instead. SSI is a program available to those who have not worked before or have not worked long enough to receive SSDI. Your eligibility is based on income and asset limits. SSI is an option for individuals who have worked and were previously eligible to receive SSDI, but whose SSDI coverage has lapsed as a result of not working for a long period of time.

Submit An Application

To submit an application for SSDI or SSI, you can file with a local Georgia Social Security office. The Law Office of John Snyder can help you with filing all necessary information for your Social Security Disability claim. Don’t risk a denial of your claim – speak to an experienced SSDI attorney today.


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