Hypogammaglobulinemia, a 21 letter mouthful that is as difficult to understand as to pronounce. There are a number of common reasons that a judge will deny benefits for SS Disability claims. Certain residential accommodation (if the claimant lives in one of these) do not make a person with disabilities eligible to claim the Disability Living Allowance. The SSA gives up to nine months, during a specified five-year period, to try working while still being considered disabled and collecting your SSDI benefits.
Federal Law makes Social Security benefits the separate property of the party that earned them. You will receive Social Security Disability benefits as long as you remain disabled and unable to work. If it is determined that you ARE capable of performing other types of jobs then the judge will find you NOT DISABLED and you will not qualify for benefits.
To receive disability benefits, an individual’s medical condition must be evaluated to determine whether or not their condition is truly disabling, and also to determine whether or not their condition will last a minimal length of time. To receive benefits under the Social Security Disability program, you must have a physical or mental health problem (or a combination of problems) severe enough to keep you from working in any regular paying job for at least one year.
The number of credits necessary for you to receive disability depends on age and years worked: young people generally need to earn fewer credits to qualify. If your application was denied for non-medical reasons, you can contact your local SS Office to request a review of the SSA’s decision, or call the SS Administration to request an appeal.
The replacement is free and can be obtained from Social Security Administration. This disability pension program serves people in USA. If you suffer from hypogammaglobulinemia and are applying for disability benefits, it is highly recommended that you seek a disability lawyer for representation, especially if you are waiting for a hearing in front of an ALJ.