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Detroit attorney advocates for those with disabilities

An applicant for Social Security disability benefits may have many questions. He may wonder whether his injuries or ailment will qualify him for benefits or how long the disability evaluation process will take. An applicant may have questions regarding SSA requirements for benefits and how to go about meeting these requirements to ensure the best possible chance at receiving approval for SSDI benefits.

Disability onset date imperative for SSD benefits

When a Detroit resident is seeking SSD benefits, he or she may come across many new terms used by the Social Security Administration throughout the application process. One term that is important to understand is disability onset date. A person's disability onset date is the time at which his or her disabling medical condition made him or her unable to work.

Are disability benefits reduced if you receive other benefits?

When Michigan residents are hurt on-the-job, he or she often feel the financial strain caused by the situation immediately. The injury is likely to cause medical bills to pile up and, if the injury is serious enough, the employee might not be able to return to work for a certain period of time. The inability to work caused by a temporary or permanent disability from a work injury makes it extremely challenging for the worker to pay their bills and meet their basic needs.

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