Important: We updated this article in February 2023 with the must current and correct info available. Whether you’re about to apply, preparing to file your appeal or just curious about what types of disability assistance the Social Security Administration provides, we’ve compiled a handy slideshow here to answer your questions. Skip through our Social Security disability FAQs slideshow linked below. Then, if you have other questions you’d like to ask us, please leave a comment on our Facebook page. You can also email us with your Social Security disability FAQs or call toll free 855-475-1510 anytime and get answers. If you email or contact us through Facebook, we’ll respond to your questions as soon as we possibly can!
Download Your Free Social Security Disability FAQs Guide
Click here to view or download a copy of all the most commonly asked Social Security disability FAQs in an easy-to-understand PDF slideshow, including:
- How long does it take to get benefits?
- Can you keep working while you apply for SSD benefits?
- How does the SSA decide how much disability money you get each month?
- Once benefits begin, is there any way to get more money?
- Does the SSA turn down everyone who applies the first time?
- Can you own a house and qualify for disability?
- Will your spouse’s income make you unable to receive benefits?
And much, much more. All the info in our slideshow below is current for 2023. Bonus Tip: Learn more disability secrets that may help you get approved the first time you apply.
How to Get Free Expert Claim Help By Phone
Planning to apply for disability benefits or need help with your appeal? Then we suggest talking to an attorney for free about your claim. That’s because you’re nearly 3x more likely to get approved for benefits if a lawyer files your paperwork. Plus, a local attorney can answer all your personal Social Security disability FAQs by phone. These lawyers charge $0 for helping you until after you win benefits. And if you do win, you’ll only pay one small fee.
Those who qualify for legal assistance usually get at least $13,000 in back pay plus monthly benefits. People who apply on their own without expert help usually wait 18-24 months and file multiple appeals in court.
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