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SSA data indicates the increased importance of SSDI benefits

Michigan residents may be interested to learn of a trend in Minnesota that suggests an increasing dependence on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Data from the Social Security Administration indicates that residents of several northern Minnesota counties are increasingly in need of the benefits offered by the disability insurance program.

Will I qualify for SSD benefits if I have kidney disease?

Michigan residents with kidney disease may have a myriad of health concerns and substantial medical expenses due to their conditions. Kidney disease can cause significant pain and suffering over a long period of time. Fortunately, SSD benefits may be available for those Michiganders with qualifying kidney-related disorders.

Some disorders more common for SSA disability recipients

Michigan residents apply for and receive disability benefits for a wide variety of reasons. Whether for heart disease, cancer or a brain injury, Michiganders with any of these ailments may be eligible to receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA.)

Understanding why the SSA may deny an initial SSD application

Many Michigan residents need Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, and, yet, all too often, their claims are denied by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Approximately two-thirds of initial disability benefits claims are denied by the SSA. It may be helpful for those Michigan residents who are considering applying for SSD benefits, or who have applied and received a denial, to understand why there are so many initial denials.

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