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Are you receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or considering applying for it?  Do you have a part-time job causing you to worry that this may affect your claim or lead to you being denied?

You can work part-time while receiving SSDI as long as you’re making under $1,000 a month.  However, any penny over that and your disability can be taken away.

What about applying for other forms of income?

It’s possible to receive SSDI along with:

  • state benefits through unemployment programs, disability retirement programs and civil service disability compensation
  • employer insurance policies
  • private pension or insurance policies
  • workers’ compensation
  • Medicare
  • Veterans benefits

However, retirement benefits such as regular Social Security will cancel out any SSDI benefits you receive.  The amount from regular Social Security will be the same, or higher, than SSDI.

It’s easy to see that applying for SSDI can be a very difficult task involving many details and situations.

If you apply for SSDI and have been denied, just remember that it’s very common.  Up to 70% of initial claims are denied nationwide.  This means that more than half of claims get turned down each day!

If you’ve been denied SSDI for any reason, or know someone who has, please download our free report, Your Survival Guide to the Disability Appeals Process. This report was written and provided to help you understand your options and the level of ease the appeals process can actually be. The hopeful result after your read this report is that you can access the disability insurance you need and deserve.

Our Social Security Disability lawyers can help make sure the appeals process goes smoothly.  Having an attorney during your appeal can make all the difference in your success.

We care about you and want to help. Please let us.

If this is you or if you have any questions, please contact us today, either online or by calling us at (901) 327-1212.  An SSDI lawyer will be eager to talk to you regarding your situation, free of charge.