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Do you have a plan in place to obtain SSD benefits?

There are few things valued more by Georgia residents than personal health. A serious injury can wreak havoc on one's life, not only in one's personal life, but also in his or her ability to continue working and earning an income.

What are Social Security work credits?

There are many requirements individuals must meet to qualify for Social Security disability benefits. In addition to a person's medical condition, individuals must also qualify based on their work history. In particular, people must have enough work credits in order to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.

Improvements in injury can affect disability benefits

When Georgia residents suffer a serious injury, the hope is that the individual will regain his or her health and recover fully. There is a greater likelihood of this occurring, of course, when it comes to some injuries more than others, as certain injuries are more likely to improve with time and treatment.

What must be shown to get benefits for a musculoskeletal injury?

Many Georgia residents enjoy an active lifestyle, which may consist of a number of different hobbies and activities. It can be disheartening and painful when a person suffers an injury that not only prevents the person from continuing to engage in this active lifestyle, but also results in an inability to work.

Southerners more likely to receive Social Security disability

When Georgia residents suffer a debilitating injury or illness that prevents them from working, they typically need financial assistance to help them replace the lost income. Fortunately, there are programs available to provide this assistance, including, most notably, Social Security disability benefits for injuries.

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