Even if you are healthy and uninjured right now, it is important to understand Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits. You could become injured on the job and if you are not prepared, you may have trouble making ends meet without Disability benefits. The
Social Security Administration (SSA) provides Disability benefits for those Americans who qualify. The agency strongly urges people to learn more about their own access to Disability benefits and structure it into their overall financial plan. During the month of May, which is Disability Insurance Awareness Month, the agency is working with Allsup, a financial agency, to teach people about SSDI and how it could affect them in the future, or how to obtain benefits right now.
While many people are aware of the benefits of having regular insurance, they do not always understand how important disability insurance can be, stated a representative of Allsup. According to the SSA, an estimated one-third of Americans will come to rely on Social Security Disability Insurance at some point before their retirement. Just one in three workers actually carries Disability insurance through a private healthcare plan or through their employment. Have questions related to SSDI? Contact the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC now to get immediate answers!