SSDI benefits disabled people may receive before filing application
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits may possibly be entitled to disabled individuals even several months before they actually file their SSDI application.
The Social Security program may consider releasing SSDI benefits to people 12 months before filing their application, given that they prove their disability in the past months before filing. Disabled applicants should meet all the requirements needed by the Social Security. Disabled people who believe that they are eligible for SSDI can file their application online with their home computers to avoid the many hassles of going to Social Security offices. SSDI applicants who are currently outside the United States may coordinate with the nearest U.S. Embassy, consulate, or the U.S. Social Security.
Proving ones disability is never easy, mostly if you are filing for your SSDI benefits for the first time. However, if you are filing or appealing for your disability benefits in Indiana, the legal team at Hankey Marks & Crider may assist you. Find out how we may work on your behalf today by calling (317) 634-8565.