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What Does a Work Credit Mean for Social Security Disability?

​In order to be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits when a disability prevents you from working, you need to have paid into the system. You pay into the system when you earn money and pay Social Security taxes on it. Work credits are used to determine if you have paid enough in to become eligible for benefits. A Los Angeles d...

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How Does Social Security Disability Insurance Work?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is one of two programs that you could obtain disability benefits from if you become unable to work. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is the other of the two programs. Both are administered by the Social Security Administration.  A Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer can help you to determine if ...

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What Does Supplemental Security Income Mean?

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is one of two very important programs that the Social Security Administration operates in order to provide benefits for people who are disabled.  If you are unable to work because of a serious physical or mental condition, you should talk with a Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer about whether S...

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How Much Will My Social Security Disability Benefits Be?

If you'll be counting on Social Security Disability to provide you with income when you have an illness or injury that stops you from working, you want to ensure that you apply for the correct disability benefits program to maximize the money you have coming in. A Los Angeles disability benefits attorney can help you with the process of applying fo...

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Who is Eligible for SSI

Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, is one of two programs that the Social Security Administration operates to provide benefits to individuals who are disabled. Supplemental Security Income does not require you have to worked in order to obtain benefits, so it is often an option for low-income families with disabled children.  However, while...

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