At National Disability Benefits, we help Americans file and obtain disability benefits successfully. We are a highly sought-after Georgia Disability Services provider, and we do not charge any fees until your claim is successful.
Top reasons to choose us for disability benefits
We focus on reducing your physical and emotional turmoil in this rather challenging time and take care of all aspects of your claims process. Our team's thorough understanding of all the available disability claim options helps us maximize your benefits across a variety of programs.
We don't charge our clients anything until their claim is successful. Furthermore, we prevent unnecessary delays in your application by double-checking them for common mistakes.
When should I apply for disability benefits?
If you have a diagnosis for an ongoing medical condition that limits your ability to earn or work, you must apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. You must apply for disability benefits as soon as you find that you are medically unfit to work or maintain gainful employment. As per the Social Security Administration, if you make a monthly earning of $1,040 per month, the SSA considers it a "gainful activity" and may not approve your claim. On the other hand, if you earn less than $1,040 per month, you become eligible for receiving SSD benefits.
You must wait for a minimum of 9 days before you can submit your claim. However, make sure to submit your claim within 49 days from the first day of your disability, or you may lose the right to claim benefits under SSDI.
What if my medical condition is not on the list?
If your medical issue is not on the Listing of Impairments, you may still be eligible for SSDI or SSI, provided you meet certain criteria. For starters, your medical condition should be considered as impairment by your doctor (medically determinable impairment), and your clinical and laboratory testing reports must support the same. Furthermore, your health condition must hinder or affect your residual functional capacity (RFC).
Your disability claims examiner will determine RFC by looking at the most strenuous activity you can do despite your medical condition and determine your exertional level. Lastly, the disability claims examiner will examine and analyze your medical history, residual functional capacity, and your doctors' reports before he/she can determine if whether your medical condition qualifies for disability benefits. We help our clients with our Georgia Disability Services and ensure that they receive their disability payments in a relatively short span.
How much can you get in social security disability benefits?
The benefits you receive each month as SSDI will depend upon your average lifetime earnings and not based on the level of your disability. On average, SSDI recipients receive between $800 and $1,500 per month. If you are already receiving disability payments from other sources, you may receive a lesser amount as your SSDI benefit.
You can now prevent unnecessary delays with your application process by getting in touch with one of us at National Disability Benefits. For more details on our Georgia Disability Services, call us today at 1-844-777-0615 or visit https://national-disability-benefits.org/contact/.Georgia Disability Services