FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If I am still working, can I apply for social security disability benefits?
What is the difference between SSD and SSI? Which one is better to apply for?
Do I have to be a certain age before I can apply for social security disability (SSD) and/or supplemental security income (SSI)?
How can I determine what my monthly disability benefits will be if I am accepted?
If my spouse is still working, does that prevent me from getting disability benefits?
1) If you are applying for SSD benefits: No, your spouse’s earnings do not disqualify you.
Once I stop working, is there a time limit as to when I can apply for disability benefits?
If my doctor says I can no longer work, is that enough to qualify me for disability benefits?
How long does it take to qualify for disability benefits?
If I qualify for disability benefits, do I get health coverage also?
My disability application was denied; what do I do now?
If I hire an attorney to represent me on my disability claim, how do they get paid?
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