Social Security Disability Services Help Claimants Get Needed Benefits

Despite accusations of fraudulent SSDI claims, many experts point to the difficulty of actually meeting Social Security disability eligibility standards. For a member to qualify, he must prove that his condition is severe enough to prevent him from working not just on his previous job, but on any job in any industry; and that the impairment is expected to last for at least one year, or result in death.
Additionally, the member should have paid a minimum amount to the SSS by the time of his disability, depending on his age. In fact, as the LA Times reports, only around 41% of all SSDI applicants get approved for benefits.

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