Social Security Disability
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to the frequently asked questions section. Below are the most frequent and common questions we hear from out clients. Clicking on any of the questions will drop down the answer. If you have a question that is not listed here please contact us and we will get you the answer.
Do I need to hire a representative?
The Social Security Administration does not require that you have a representative. Having a representative on your side is, however, affordable and recommended. With an expert working on your behalf, you will have an advantage at every stage of the process.
How much will it cost to hire a representative?
What is RSDI?
What is SSI?
How does Social Security define disability?
What is the criteria needed to be found disabled?
Step 1. Are you working?
Step 2. Do you have a severe impairment?
Step 3. Do you meet a listing? (from Social Security’s Blue Book)
Step 4. Can you return to your past work?
Step 5. Can you do any other work?
We will help you understand each of these steps.
If my condition improves and I decide to return to work, what happens to my pending claim?
How much will my monthly benefits be?
For RSDI- The monthly benefit is based on your past earnings. The national average amount is around $1,000 to $1,200 monthly.
What should I do if Social Security has denied my claim for disability benefits?
How can I obtain more information about Social Security's disability programs?
What are my chances of getting approved?
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