United States
"Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)"

What is Social Security Disability Insurance ?

The SSDI program is administered by the SSA and created to offer monthly benefits to those with a physical or mental handicap that limits their capacity to work.

How Does Social Security Disability Insurance Work?

SSDI only provides full benefits and only in circumstances where the disability is anticipated to last at least one year or result in death. It does not offer partial or temporary payments.

Who is Eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance ?

To qualify for SSDI benefits, you must Have worked in jobs covered by Social Security & have a medical condition that meets Social Security's of disability.


How Much is Social Security Disability Insurance ?

How much SSDI you receive will depend on how long you worked and how much FICA was deducted from your income.

How is your Disability Determined in SSDI ?

The SSA has a stringent definition of disability that takes into account both your capacity to work and the anticipated duration of your incapacity.

How to Appealing Denied SSDI Claim ?

Reapply if you're denied SSDI, and if required, file an appeal. After receiving the decision notice, you have 60 days to file a written appeal request.

How to Apply for Social Security Disability Insurance ?

You can submit an application for SSDI online. Additionally, you can apply over the phone or in person at a Social Security office near you.