Social Security Disability

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Social Security Disability

Overview Process Eligibility

There are over 100 Federal programs in the United States designed to serve people with disabilities. With nearly 5.3 million disabled workers and 1.4 million children (under the age 18) of disabled workers, your unique cases may be one of them.

To qualify for Social Security benefits, you must:

  • Have worked and paid into the program through payroll taxes for five of the last ten years.
  • Be disabled before the full retirement age of 65.
  • Have a medical condition that has lasted or is expected to last one full year.
  • Prove that you are disabled according to Social Security‚Äôs definition.

The Social Security Administration has a strict definition of disability. Social Security has no partial or short term disability. Your eligibility for disability benefits is determined by your inability to work. In most cases, it is not enough that you are unable to perform your old job. You must be unable to perform work of any description. Additionally, your condition(s) must be diagnosed and supported by medical documentation.