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Can I get Social Security disability funds with other benefits?

After suffering an injury on the job, people may experience an inability to work for a lengthy period of time while they are receiving treatment or undergoing rehabilitation related to the injury. If the injured worker meets all of the eligibility requirements, he or she may be eligible for Social Security disability for injury, as well as other public and private disability-related benefits. For this reason, it is important to understand how those benefits relate to each other and what kinds of benefits an injured worker can receive at the same time.

We help those suffering from qualifying mental conditions

Many people are familiar with Social Security Disability benefits. However, it is less commonly known that disability benefits are available from the Social Security Administration for qualifying mental conditions. People suffering from a range of different mental conditions should be aware that the Social Security Disability program does provide benefits when an applicant can demonstrate a psychological or behavioral disorder that results in an impairment on their ability to perform job responsibilities.

Evidence needed to get SSD benefits for chronic fatigue syndrome

When New Jersey residents find themselves dealing with a long-term illness, they often wonder about their eligibility for disability benefits if they become unable to work. There are many different illnesses that can make a person eligible for social security disability benefits for illness, including cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis and even chronic fatigue syndrome. However, it is not enough for a person to simply claim that he or she has a particular illness. Applicants must provide the Social Security Administration with a range of evidence and information that will help the SSA determine if the applicant meets the definition of disabled.

Report on veterans receiving SSD benefits for injury

Some jobs are inherently dangerous. Some people do these jobs out of necessity, while others feel called to perform that kind of work. Men and women serving in the military and Armed Forces are one group of individuals performing dangerous work, often at great risk to themselves. After their service, many face a need for long-term care or experience an inability to work as a result of injuries sustained while on service. Social Security disability for injuries provides protection for veterans injured during their service, as well as for other types of employees outside of the military.

How Supplemental Security Income differs from Social Security

Supplemental Security Income and Social Security income both aim to provide benefits to disabled individuals and other qualifying individuals who need financial assistance. Many people may not be aware of the differences between these two programs, but SSI benefits are distinguished from Social Security in several important ways.

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