When considering disability claims, the Social Security Administration (SSA) uses a guide called the Blue Book or Listing of Impairments, a comprehensive index that lists all conditions and severities that qualify as disability conditions. If your claim meets a Blue Book listing, and is determined to be severe enough, you will likely qualify for benefits. […]Read More
When it comes to disability, you’ve probably heard about disability that is based on Social Security and how much you’ve worked. This is called Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and is based on work credits. Children are eligible for a different program called Supplemental Security Income (SSI disability) that is not based on work credits. […]Read More
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