Because Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) programs have both federal and state components, laws that govern them can be complex.
They’re designed to provide monthly benefits to individuals who can’t support themselves through work due to a long-term injury or illness.
The SSDI claim process can be difficult and lengthy, sometimes taking years to resolve, and many applicants are denied.
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