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Do you need help with an Ohio Social Security Disability claim?

Being disabled is difficult enough. Between the pain and inability to earn your own living, frustration can become a big factor in feeling like you'll never get to a better place. In times like these, it is important to remember that other people can help.

Ohio SSD and "substantial and gainful activity"

Ohioans considering applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) often spend a lot of time considering how they are going to get their medical records organized to have the best chance to be approved for a claim involving physical disability. While this is certainly an important part of the process, there is another parameter that those applying for SSD may overlook.

Ohio veterans have different SSD benefit eligibility rules

The federal Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a report recently showing than a number of military veterans receive military retirement benefits, as well as veteran's and social security disability (SSD) payments. The report put the number of so-called "triple dippers" at somewhere around 60,000. While some are concerned about the amount of money being spent in these instances, others point out that the benefits are retirement pay earned through years of service, and the veterans are often disabled due to injuries suffered in the line of duty.

What information do I need to apply for SSD in Ohio?

Being disabled and unable to work is difficult enough for most Ohioans. Then, to receive benefits from the federal Social Security Administration (SSA), you have to fill out an application with all the correct information needed to ensure you meet the requirements for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). This application can be made a few different ways, including in person, over the phone or online. In any event, there is some basic information you will need if you want to create as complete an application as you can.

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