Am I eligible for SSDI benefits?

Individuals who are unable to work due to a disabling medical condition are eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). If you or a loved one requires Social Security Disability Benefits, it is critical that you understand the qualifying requirements before applying.


Being ready with responses to common questions from the SSA is crucial before you apply for Social Security Disability benefits.

These common questions include:

  • Are you competent to carry out significant gainful activity?
  • Is it anticipated that your impairment will last for at least a year? Has it really been that long already? Is your illness irreversible?
  • Does your disability prevent you from performing routine everyday tasks or taking care of yourself?
  • Is your impairment preventing you from doing your present job, a former career, or a position in the future that would be in line with your vocational skills?


The Social Security Administration’s goal is to make sure that only people with severe impairments and true financial need get Social Security Disability benefits, even though not all of these inquiries may be relevant to your circumstance.

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If you are unable to work due to injury or illness, SSDI might be the appropriate option for you. Begin your free evaluation now to determine if you qualify!