Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) has two parts, how long you’ve worked and how much you’ve paid in the Social Security system.
If a claim is rejected, many applicants are unsure of how to proceed. If you or your loved one are having trouble with the SSDI process, contact the Antonowicz Group and let us help.
Supplemental Security Income is a two-part test to obtain disability benefits, similar to Social Security Disability Insurance.
The difference is that SSI must fall in a specific threshold for assets or income. Multiple factors can affect this, such as whether or not a claimant resides with family or others contributing to the household. Claims are usually rejected because the claimants do not understand these requirements or know how to proceed, and that’s why the Antonowicz Group is here to help.