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Social Security Disability Benefits Evaluation

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If you have a medical or other serious condition that causes you to be unable to work and are before the age of retirement, you may qualify to receive monthly benefits from Social Security Disability Insurance (abbreviated to SSDI or SSD). Don’t suffer in silence, see if you qualify today. You could be eligible to receive as much as $3,000 a month! FREE CLAIM REVIEW


Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or SSD) is a Federal benefit program administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA), which is supported by the Social Security tax and provides aid to people who are unable to maintain gainful employment due to a permanent medical condition. SSD pays benefits to disabled individuals and certain members of their family. Anyone who has paid Social Security taxes long enough to achieve sufficient work credits and qualifies as disabled according to the definition provided by the SSA can qualify for SSD benefits. The definition of disability per the SSA is: that you are unable to perform the work you did before your disability, the SSA finds that you cannot adjust to other work due to your disability, and your disability is expected to last at least 1 year or result in death. See if you qualify to receive SSD benefits!


If you are unable to work due to a disability, don’t delay any longer! Let American Disability Claims help connect you to an SSD advocate who can determine if you qualify to receive monthly benefits from SSD. Get your FREE Disability Benefits Evaluation today complete this easy online claim form!


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Must be 18 to 64 years of age
  • Not receiving benefits from Social Security
  • Unable to maintain gainful employment
  • Worked for five of the last ten years
  • The medical condition/disability is expected to last at least 12 months or will result in death
  • Able to provide medical evidence from your medical provider to support your claim
  • Have not been denied disability benefits in the last 60 days
  • Have special situations such as:
    • Blindness or low vision
    • Being a disabled worker’s widow or widower
    • Being a disabled Veteran
    • Having a disabled child

Social Security Disability (SSD) is designed for individuals who have contributed to Social Security by working and paying in for at least 20 out of the last 40 quarters (equivalent to approximately 5 out of the last 10 years). On the other hand, Social Security Income (SSI) is intended for individuals who have not made contributions during the relevant quarters.

Yes, Social Security provides some flexibility for individuals receiving disability benefits to earn a limited amount of income. Currently, a person on disability can work and earn up to $1,200 per month. If earnings exceed this amount, the Social Security Administration considers it substantial work.

Your spouse is eligible to collect benefits if they are 62 years of age or older. However, they cannot receive benefits if they already receive a higher amount of Social Security benefits based on their own earnings record.