It was on July 26, 1990 when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was formally put into law. Those with infirmities were finally granted access to equal rights. Along with this, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may have greatly complimented the said law by providing benefits to approved beneficiaries.
Nonetheless, denying claims has been a part of the SSA for quite a while. This may seem as the disappointing fact to what was once a great news to those with infirmities. Social Security disability benefits have now been hard to obtain and it would need a lot of research and assistance from lawyers to be able to supply this department of the government with medical data regarding a certain illness.
Those with disabilities who would like to have a second chance towards applying for the benefits should be well versed regarding the terms that they could make use when applying:
This is provided through the form of services, which would be given to the qualified applicants. This disability program of the SSA uses Social Security funds that came from the taxes of wage earners that were previously withheld from their paychecks.
The SSI is a monetary support program provided by the government through the use of general tax. This aims to help those who live below the set standards of living. This program particularly seeks to help those who cannot provide for themselves.
More so, for those who would like to go through the process and be granted their rightful benefits should file for an appeal and ask for the help of an attorney specializing in disability cases. The reputable attorney would also act as guides in being able to fully show the SSA that there really is a disability that needs to be addressed.