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Does applicant CURRENTLY WORK more than 20 hours per week?
Does applicant ALREADY RECEIVE Social Security benefits?
Does applicant ALREADY HAVE an attorney for this SSD claim?
Has applicant had a FULL TIME job within the past 5 years?
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Do I have to be permanently disabled to get benefits?
As long as your condition prevents you from working for at least a year you can file, whether the disability is permanent or not.
How long do I have to be disabled before I can apply?
You don’t have to wait. Once your conditions prevent you from working a full-time job you can apply.
Why does Social Security look at my age when I am disabled?
If you are between the ages of 18-49 you will have to prove your condition prevents you from holding any full-time job. Once you are 50, there are special rules that apply which may only require you to show that your specific condition prevents you from performing the work you have done in the past 15 years.
How does Social Security determine how much I will receive?
SSDI benefit amounts are determined by how many work credits you have from previous employment and your previous income so it will be different for everyone. The average monthly benefit is around $1,200/month.