Social Security Disability Eligibility: Mistakes in SSD Application


From determining Social Security disability eligibility to receiving the monthly benefits, the whole process of claiming SSD benefits can become very difficult and time-consuming. As such, applicants could commit mistakes that would hurt their chances of getting approved for benefits or of receiving the amount they seek. The following are some of these common mistakes.
Filing Unemployment Claims with Social Security Disability (SSD)
Disability and unemployment claims conflict in a way, as described by Disability Secrets. Filing for SSD equates to declaring that you are or will be unable to work for at least twelve months due to disability. On the other hand, filing for unemployment is declaring that you are ready and available to work if you find a job befitting your skills. Collecting unemployment benefits does not necessarily prevent you from being approved for SSD.
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