Having a social security disability benefits application denied is a frustrating experience for anyone. However, there are avenues available to those who have recently received an income or insurance denial from the Social Security Administration. The simplest option is often a direct appeal. It bears mentioning that, while there is a time limit on eligibility to take this action, Rhode Island residents do not need to be in the state, or even the country, to apply for an appeal.
You may have heard of two different types of Social Security benefits: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Some people may be confused about the two and wonder if they qualify for one or both of them. The truth is that while they do provide monetary assistance to the disabled in Rhode Island, the two programs actually are very different and are tailored to serve two different groups of people.
If you are among the many Rhode Island residents who cannot earn an adequate income because of a mental or physical limitation or incapacity, you may be able to qualify for what is known as Social Security Disability Income. The process of obtaining SSDI can prove highly convoluted, and in many cases, first-time applicants are denied this type of income. At Karns Law Group, we recognize that many SSDI claims are denied for similar reasons, and understanding why many claims are denied may help you improve your chances when creating your own application.
If you are trying to qualify for Social Security Disability in Rhode Island, you may have heard a lot about how hard it is to get. While it does take time and involves a lot of paperwork, getting SSDI is not really that difficult as long as you have a qualifying disability. This is very important to understand because you will be denied if you cannot prove you have a qualifying disability.
If you receive Social Security disability benefits in Rhode Island, you probably know they are not as much as you would make working a full-time job. Of course, whatever disability has qualified you for benefits makes it impossible for you to work such a job, but you may be able to do some work. As you also likely know, there are rules when it comes to Social Security about earning money by working.
You may often hear from people in Rhode Island who are upset about the government's social programs complaining that anyone who is an alcoholic can get Social Security Disability benefits with no trouble. This is based on old information or a misunderstanding of how the system works. According to the Social Security Administration, alcoholism has not been a qualifying disability for SSDI since 1997.
Getting Social Security disability payments is notorious for being difficult. The process can sometimes be quite long. The Social Security Administration has strict rules and guidelines for disability payments. However, if you are denied, you do have the right to appeal. The appeals process, much like the application process, can be lengthy.
You may have heard how tough it is to get Social Security disability benefits in Rhode Island and wonder if this is really true. In order to combat fraud, the Social Security Administration does require a complex application process to ensure you are actually qualified for the benefits, so it can be tricky.
If you suffer from an endocrine disorder in Rhode Island, you are likely curious about whether or not your condition qualifies for assistance from the government. Social Security disability can be obtained for some disorders of the endocrine system, as long as the type and severity fall within certain guidelines. We at Karns Law Group can not only help you determine if you qualify, but also fight for your rights to get the help you deserve.
If you are a Rhode Island resident interested in applying for Social Security disability benefits, you are likely concerned about whether or not you will qualify. While the type of disorder or other disability you suffer from will play a big part in your acceptance, there are other factors that will influence your outcome. We at Karns Law Group have detailed the basic requirements to be approved for coverage and can help you complete your application or fight for your rights if your request is denied.