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November 2016 Archives

Disabled vets may qualify for SSDI benefits

Many service members who have suffered a disabling injury while serving our country may be unaware that the Department of Veterans Affairs is not the only potential agency that can help a wounded warrior makes ends meet. A wounded warrior may qualify for Social Security disability insurance benefits (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) through the Social Security Administration.

Can a child get Social Security benefits for a disability?

Missouri parents of children with disabilities face many challenges. Not least among these is the financial stress that comes from paying for medical care, special education programs and rehabilitation. A parent's health insurance may not cover many of these expenses.

What factors are considered when seeking disability benefits?

For people in St. Louis who are suffering from an illness that is preventing them from working, Social Security disability may be an option that can help. The duration for which the person will receive the disability benefits will depend on several factors. However, the first key issue to disability is being approved for it. Understanding how the Social Security Administration will make the determination as to whether or not the benefits will be provided is an important factor for those who are pursuing SSD benefits.

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