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Social Security Disability Claims In South Carolina

South Carolina Disability Claim Advocates: Are you physically or mentally challenged in South Carolina and you probably do not know about social security? It is time you understand social security and how you can leverage social security programs for your benefit. Being socially disabled means that you have a physical or mental condition that limits you from engaging well in any work activity, for a long time. If the condition is likely to lead to death at some point and makes you worse off than others, you are also considered disabled. For you to be officially identified as impaired in South Carolina, the people in charge have to ascertain that you are eligible, before approving you, to benefit from the disability claims. It is good to understand that it is not always easy for your disability claims to get approval. In most cases, the claims may be denied. It is for this reason that you need to understand everything that entails social disability in South Carolina to ensure you are on the right track.


The reason some of the disabled people in South Carolina do not qualify for the disability claims is that they do not take time to understand the requirements. To begin with, you have to show that you have a severe impairment that prevents you from doing ay work activity for a long time preferably twelve months and more. If your condition is not critical and you can do your daily activities quite well, the probability of you getting your claims approved is low. Social security ensures that they check your medical history to ascertain that you have been ailing for some time. To be more precise, you will find that they request to review your treatment history. This helps them to ascertain whether you qualify for the benefits.


Note that if you earn a certain amount of money per month, usually associated with the substantial gainful activity, you might not be eligible for the benefits. If you engage in substantial gainful activity, it shows that you can engage well in competitive employment. Hence, you may not benefit from the disability claims. If the authorities consider you well employed, you might lose the opportunity to benefit from the disability claims. However, if you have been working and you are not earning a lot of money, you might still be eligible for the disability benefits. Note that low earnings do not necessarily mean that you are impaired. If you realize that you will be disqualified because you are working and you choose to quit the job, know that you will have to explain to the authorities. Ensure you can prove that you quit your job because your condition got worse. Otherwise, you might be disqualified if the authorities realize that you quit your job for the sake of benefiting from the disability claims.

Applying for social security is not a walk in the park. There are a lot of procedures involved before your claims are approved. Before you start the application process, take time to understand the requirements for social disability claims in South Carolina. This will help you know what to expect.

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