l be approved. This video will explain what attorneys look for in an effective SSDI claim.
Age is the first thing that SSDI boards check. If you are over 50 years of age is a huge benefit to your case. In order to assist in making SSDI applications easier for people who are over 50, there’s some special rules. But this doesn’t mean you can’t get approved even if your age is less than 50.
A second factor is the history of your work. With a solid work history as well as a stable job will increase the chances that you will receive SSDI approval. While a poor work record doesn’t mean you aren’t eligible for getting benefits, it could create more difficulties. It’s crucial because judges are deciding whether a person is able to find work due to their disabilities or have difficulty applying to or retaining employment.
Age and work history do not determine the outcome. Disability itself is a major factor. While physical ailments can be more difficult to prove as compared to mental illnesses An experienced lawyer will assist you. For more information, look in the video below.