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The U.S. Census Bureau reports that today in America, approximately 57 million people live with a disability, or about one fifth of the national population. The Social Security Administration (SSA) projects that in 2014, nearly nine million people will qualify to receive over $10 billion in monthly disability benefits.
These benefits can take the form of SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), and typically exceed $1,000 each month. Eligibility extends to both adults and children, and numerous illnesses, injuries, and impairments can be approved.
So which medical conditions can qualify you for monthly SSI or SSDI benefits in Arkansas? Our legal team has assembled this guide to help you understand how each disability is evaluated by the SSA. Simply click on your condition below to get started.
To schedule a private legal consultation with an experienced disability lawyer, call the Law Practice of Ken Kieklak at (479) 251-7767, or contact us online today.
Other Conditions that May Qualify You for Monthly Disability Benefits
For more information, you can also browse through our Arkansas disability resources.
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