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Can You Increase Your Disability Benefits?

​If you can't work, it is very difficult to support yourself and your loved ones. When a medical problem prevents you from being able to do any job you are qualified to do, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits.

A Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer can help you to determine if you may be eligible for disability income and can assist in applying for benefits. Your attorney will also help you to make sure that you are getting the maximum possible benefits for your specific situation. 

​Can You Increase Your Disability Benefits?

​When you apply for disability income, you want to get the most money possible. Your benefits can't be increased from the benefit amount that you are given by the Social Security Administration, as benefits are set based on standard rules depending which benefits program you apply for. That's why it's so important to apply for the right type of benefits that will give you the maximum amount of money. 

The best way to maximize your benefits is to determine if you are eligible to receive income through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) rather than Supplemental Security Income (SSI). If you have earned enough work credits, or if you can qualify for SSI based on a family member's work record, you will usually receive a larger monthly benefit from SSDI than from SSI. 

However, a Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer will assist you in exploring which benefits program is best for your particular situation so you can get the most possible money to provide for yourself when you cannot work due to your disability. You should contact an attorney today to find out more about qualifying for benefits and maximizing the income the Social Security Administration provides to you. 

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Friday, 21 September 2018