Do I Qualify for SSDI?
You may be unsure as to whether you will qualify for social security disability insurance. Take these factors into consideration:
American Disability Alliance is dedicated to helping you through this difficult time. You did not expect to be applying for Social Security but now that you are, we will guide you through the process knowing how tough your circumstances have become and how to receive disability benefits. ADA gives you access to a dedicated team of disability lawyers and other professionals that know the Social Security process and are on the cutting edges of ideas and SSDI information. ADA will never forget that it is a privilege to do the work that gets honest, working people back on their feet. This is our mission and guides every decision we make.
Adam M. Taylor is the Managing Partner of American Disability Alliance. Adam has nearly 15 years of experience in successfully handling Social Security Disability claims. Adam was formerly a partner in the Disability Law Advocates Group, P.C., where he was head of the Social Security Litigation Department.
SSDI is needed for a variety of health reasons, some are more common than others. From Anxiety and Depression to Fibromyalgia or Seizure Disorders, individuals can experience both single or multiple conditions. View a list with descriptions of common conditions that might affect you.
Where We Operate
American Disability Alliance has its roots in Philadelphia, South Jersey and Delaware. However, with an ever-expanding roster of disability attorneys and advocates all across the country, ADA is ready to serve your disability needs anywhere in the United States. Connect with us today.
What is SSDI?
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal program that helps those who have become disabled from work when:
- They are unable to engage in any “substantial gainful activity” due to an illness or disability and;
- They will not be able to return to work for 12 months or more and;
- They have accumulated enough work credits in the last 10 years to qualify (a work credit is given for every three months)