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Social Security Disability:
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If you are disabled you are entitled to Social
Security Disability benefits that will help you take care
of your family, or if your SSDI claim has been denied,
contact Anzellotti, Sperling, Pazol & Small to arrange a
no-cost, no obligation consultation.
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and help you take on the bureaucracy.
In 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act in order to protect American families from poverty. The original legislation only provided retirement benefits for those actually in the workforce.
Recognizing that an individual who is unable to work due to a disability, injury, or disease has essentially been forced to retire, President Eisenhower signed legislation creating a new benefit, Social Security Disability Income, in 1956.
Under the program, Social Security Disability pays monthly cash benefits to people who have paid enough Social Security taxes (i.e. FICA) to qualify, and are now unable to work for a year or more because of a disability. After a waiting period, SSDI recipients also become eligible for Medicare benefits—even if they are under age 65.
While it’s easy to understand why the Social Security Disability Income benefit was created, the program is littered with red tape and can be extremely complicated. Applicants find themselves staring at pages of forms that are hard to decipher and facing a long and often difficult approval process.
At Anzellotti, Sperling, Pazol & Small, we have the knowledge and experience needed to unwind the miles of red tape that can stop injured or disabled workers from receiving the benefits they’ve earned and their families need.