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February 2014 Archives

Veterans to receive faster review of SSDI claims

When people think of the government, they tend to think of it all being one big entity. It is not. Disabled veterans may believe because they have a disability rating from the Department of Veteran Affairs , that should translate to an automatic approval of a claim for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits. After all, if the disability was good enough for the VA doctors, it should be good enough for SSDI claims examiners.

Funding, not unemployed, SSDI's main problem

It almost seems intuitive. If you were a worker in Ohio and you lost your job in the last few years, and obtained unemployment insurance, what might you do when your unemployment was exhausted? With jobs in the Columbus area still hard to come by, maybe you would look for some other benefit program, such as the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program.

Who needs good customer service?

A woman writing online recently recounted her visit to a Social Security Administration (SSA) office. Sadly, for the SSA, the visit did not turn out well. She received what she found to be rather poor customer service. We are not surprised. We don't mean to pile on to the general government bashing, but we well understand the difficulties the SSA faces with its workload and resources.

Return to work could reduce SSDI numbers

The growth of the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program in the last ten years has been problematic for the Social Security Administration (SSA). They are under pressure from Congress to adequately administer the program in a time of falling budgets, but rising demand for their services.

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