There is no “automatic” way to get approved for Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits: Part 1

There is no “automatic” way to get approved for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Benefits

There is no “automatic” way to get approved for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Benefits. Most disability claims take some time to get approval. But there are some situations that will allow a quick approval for SSD or SSI disability benefits.

There is no “automatic” way to get approved for Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.  Some disability claims get approved quickly than others.  Yet, Social Security Administration uses the same medical disability process to evaluate all disability claims.

There is no “automatic” way to get approved for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Benefits

However, most disability claims take some time to get approval.  But there are some situations will allow a quick approval for SSD or SSI disability benefits.  For instance, if a person who files a disability claim on the basis of a terminal illness. Then Social Security Disability will expedite the evaluation process.  Yet, in most cases, terminal illness disability claims process in thirty days or less.

But theses disability claims must have medical evidence to support an individual terminal illness.  Which means Social Security must have medical evidence to support the disability claimant’s allegation of terminal illness.  Although disability claims involve a terminal illness with an automatic approval for SSD or SSI disability programs have.

There are still a few disability claims that can receive an approval for disability benefits quickly.  If they equally meet the criteria of a Social Security Disability Blue Book impairment listing.  The Social Security Disability Examiners will use the disability blue book listing to evaluate medical evidence for their determination.

Yet, if a person has a severe medical condition that meets the severity requirements of an impairment blue book listing.  Then they will approve medically for SSD or SSI disability.  In order to be “medically approved” all disability applicants must meet the non-disability requirements of SSI and Social Security disability.  However, for the greatest part, involves a review of income and particularity in SSI case assets as well.

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