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Social Security Disability (SSD) is a federal program in the United States that offers long-term insurance and benefits to qualified people with disabilities. Social Security Disability is one of two disability programs ... More »

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As of 2014, an adult who is unable to work due to a medical condition and who does not presently receive Social Security benefits can apply for Social Security disability benefits. The disability must be expected to last... More »

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Social Security Disability benefits are monetary benefits given to eligible applicants who have worked and paid into the program but are no longer able to work due to a medical condition. The condition must prevent the w... More »

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Recipients of Social Security disability insurance benefits can work an unlimited amount during the nine-month trial work period, according to Disability.gov. The nine months are completed within a 60-month period, accor... More »

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Long-term disability insurance policies do not convert to Social Security Disability Insurance, a government-funded program, according to Social Security Disability Help. Unemployed individuals can apply for Social Secur... More »

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Forms SSA-3441, "Disability Report-Appeal," SSA-827 "Authorization to Disclose Information" and one of SSA-561 "Request for Reconsideration" or HA-501 "Request for Hearing by an Administrative Law Judge" are needed to ap... More »

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Social Security Disability benefits are monetary benefits given to eligible applicants who have worked and paid into the program but are no longer able to work due to a medical condition. The condition must prevent the w... More »

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