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Can I return to work on Social Security disability?

To qualify for Social Security disability, the disabled individual must suffer from a disability that is so severe it prevents them from working. Some disabled individuals, however, may want to see if they are able to return to work but unsure if they can do so and may wonder if they will lose important disability benefits for trying. Social Security disability (SSD) insurance pays out to disabled individuals the money they paid into the program during their working years.

Social Security disability help when facing unexpected disability

An unexpected disability can leave a disabled individual wondering how to make ends meet and pay for daily expenses. Disability benefits may be available through different sources including Social Security disability as one option to consider. Social Security disability benefits may help disabled individuals address some of those concerns and better provide for their daily needs.

The requirements for disability due to a heart condition

Heart disease can be a serious daily concern for sufferers. When heart disease interferes with the sufferer's ability work and earn a living to support themselves and their families, Social Security disability (SSD) benefits may be available to help. Heart conditions are included among the illnesses that Social Security disability benefits may be available for. The Social Security Administration (SSA) includes disorders that impact the proper functioning of the heart or circulatory system as heart conditions disability benefits may be available for.

Appeals options for denied disability applications

To understand the Social Security disability application process, it is important to understand that an initial denial of benefits is not the end of the road. There are several levels of appeal and many initial applications are denied. It is possible for an application that was initially denied to be approved during the appeals process which can be somewhat complex and challenging to understand so guidance can be helpful.

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