Being eligible for Social Security Disability Income, often referred to as SSDI, requires proof of a qualifying disability. The federal statutes define exactly what the term “disability” means.
Topics covered in this whitepaper include:
- The proof of disability required when a claim is initially filed
- Applying for Social Security Disability Income
- What to do if your application is denied
- What to Expect at an Appeals hearing
- Review by the Appeals Council
- The final step is to appeal to the federal court