Social Security Disability Calculator

May 25, 2011 No Comments by Jennifer A. Taylor

Social Security Disability CalculatorThe Social Security Disability Calculator is something that many people begin to search for when thinking about filing a claim for disability.  When you begin to consider whether you should apply, it is most important to have a good idea that you would qualify for the disability. Just because your neighbor whom you think isn’t near as sick as you can get disability benefits does not mean that you can as well.  There is a process that needs to be followed when filing for SSI and/or SSDI. The one thing that you don’t want to do is research until your funds are completely depleted. Rulings on Social Security typically do not happen quickly; the process can be long and tedious.

Using legal representation is a good start.  You must meet the Social Security Administration’s definition of disability, and determining whether or not your condition and your situation would apply is something that can be better determined by professional Social Security disability attorneys. We offer a case review at no charge to you, and we will also answer your questions at absolutely no charge.  We are always working on Social Security disability cases, and nothing more. It is our sole focus. Feel free to explore this site more to learn answers to some of your questions as well.

When searching for a Social Security disability calculator, you are probably wondering if you can break away from a job that you currently have. Will you be able to pay your bills on what the Social Security Administration gives you IF your claim is approved? This is a valid question and one which you probably want to know prior to applying for benefits. At the same time, if you are sick and just cannot continue working the hours you are working anymore, it may be time to explore your financial options further.

The two tools below are provided by the Social Security Administration and can allow for you to see an estimate of what you can expect to receive if your disability claim is approved.

The Quick Calculator is a basic estimate.

The Online Calculator is a longer version that will give a more accurate estimate but also requires more input from you.

If you would like to get started, feel free to give us a call at 1-866-425-5347 or fill out our case review evaluation form. There are no fees at all unless we help win your case, and we are ready to begin when you are.  Remember that while considering filing for SSI and/or SSDI, the calculated figures are only estimates on each Social Security Disability Calculator.

 

 

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Jennifer is a 1995 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a 2000 graduate of Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, Georgia. She began practicing law with Legal Aid of North Carolina, working in both the Pembroke and Fayetteville offices. She joined the Charles T. Hall Law Firm in 2008 to focus solely on disability case work. She is a member of the North Carolina Advocate’s for Justice Disability Advocacy Section and serves as the Continuing Legal Education Co-Chair on the Executive Committee.