The main barrier to accessing appropriate medical treatment for those who are no longer able to work is cost. And medical care - with documentation - is essential to winning a disability claim.
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If you are approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Benefits, how much you are entitled to will depend on a number of factors. This article will help to explain how your benefits are calculated.
While the advantages of having the help of an experienced disability advocate are obvious, most claimants want to know how much these services will cost before securing representation.
In certain situations, a person who has applied for disability can remain eligible even if they have engaged in work activity following the onset of their disabling impairments. Here, we'll discuss some examples, including the Trial Work Period.
In making a decision on your claim, Social Security will determine your maximum Residual Functional Capacity, or RFC.
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It's clear that the SSDI application process isn't always easy; learning more about each stage of the application process can make it easier for applicants to present a strong, effective case.