Do I have to be permanently disabled to get Social Security disability benefits?

Nov 18, 2010 Comments Off on Do I have to be permanently disabled to get Social Security disability benefits? by

No. You have to have been disabled for at least a year or be expected to be disabled for at least a year or have a condition that can be expected to result in death within a year in order to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). You do not have to wait until it has been a year. You can apply and be approved if it looks like you will be disabled for at least a year.

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