How far back will they pay Social Security disability benefits if I am found disabled?

Feb 10, 2011 No Comments by

Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits cannot begin until five full months have passed after you became disabled; however, you do not want to wait until five full months of disability have passed before filing for your claim. Some additional information that you might be interested in is that benefits cannot be paid more than one year prior to the date of your initial claim. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits cannot be paid until the beginning of the month after the month in which you file your claim.

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The Charles T. Hall Law Firm employs attorneys to represent individuals with Social Security disability claims in North Carolina. Our goals are to serve the needs of our clients in a professional and efficient manner. If you need help in obtaining your Social Security disability benefits, we hope that you will call on us to represent you through the process. We will work with you through the process, every step of the way. Contact us today at 919-791-1883 or fill out a FREE Case Review on our website, and we will get started today!