Website Explains Qualifications for Social Security Disability Benefits

Individuals can learn about filing for SSDI through a new website.
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May 25, 2010 - PRLog -- Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be overwhelming and confusing to many applicants.  In addition to the official website for the Social Security Administration (SSA), individuals can now look to the helpful website for answers to specific questions about benefits.

The number one question for potential applicants is: “Do I qualify for disability benefits?” has easy to read, understandable answers to this question.  The website gives the official explanation from the SSA to define disabled: a worker must be unable to maintain substantial work for a period of at least 12 months due to a disabling medical condition.  The condition needs to be documented by a medical professional.  There are also requirements pertaining to a worker’s past work history, which is outlined on the website. offers potential applicants a unique feature in the form of a free evaluation.  Individuals are asked to fill out a short informational form and are then contacted by a professional member of the website to discuss the possibility of qualifying for benefits.  This allows the individual to gain useful knowledge about the system before delving into the lengthy and complication SSA application process.

The website also features many informational articles that focus on specific medical conditions that can qualify a worker for disability benefits.  Examples of the articles include: mental disorders, such as schizophrenia or post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); cancers such as breast, bone, or kidney cancer; and medical conditions that affect an individual’s ability to use cognitive skills such as memory.  

To learn more about applying for Social Security Disability benefits visit:
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