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The right approach when applying for Social Security Disability

Indiana residents who have been working all of their lives and then suddenly find themselves facing a complete inability to work due to illness or injury may have a tough time figuring out what to do next. For some, the inability to work is temporary, and they are confident that they will be able to draw on their savings and return to work in the near future. But, for others, the situation isn't as fortunate. For some, their injury or illness is a disability. For workers in this type of situation, it may be necessary to apply for Social Security Disability benefits.

Some workers don't even think about the fact that a small percentage of every one of their paychecks goes toward the Social Security Disability fund. But, the fact is that this arrangement is there so that those very workers have something to rely upon if they are unfortunate enough to become disabled and they aren't able to work anymore.

For those who will be submitting an application for SSD benefits, it is important to know that the initial application is crucial. Many of our readers may not know, however it is commonly estimated that about 60 percent of initial applications for Social Security Disability benefits are denied by the Social Security Administration. The right approach is to know what the requirements of being approved for SSD benefits are before the initial application is submitted.

At our law firm, we attempt to make sure that our clients know both the medical requirements and the work history requirements that must be met in order to be approved for Social Security Disability benefits. We don't want any of our clients to be denied Social Security Disability benefits, and we work hard in order to attempt to get the best results. For more information, please visit the Social Security Disability section of our law firm's website.

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