Struggling with your New Mexico Social Security disability benefits application? Worry no more, National Disability Benefits is here to make the whole process a cakewalk for you. To know more, call us today.
Qualities of a disability attorney
To win your disability claim, you need a skilled disability attorney to guide you through the process. Some of the skills and abilities you should be looking for in a disability attorney are:
Your working relationship with your attorney is a long-lasting one; make sure you choose the right person to handle your claim. Learn more details about our team of attorneys and their track record.
Can I work part-time while getting disability?
You may work part-time while receiving disability benefits; however, your part-time work can affect your disability payments to a certain extent. If the income you receive from other sources exceeds the income limit for Substantial Gainful Activity, you may stop receiving disability benefits.
You may earn an income of up to $1220 per month through Substantial Gainful Activity. The SGA limit is $2040 for blind applicants. If you earn more than this limit from your part-time job, the SSA no longer considers you as disabled and will stop its disability payments to you. For more information, call us today.
What are the qualifying conditions for SSDI?
The SSA offers SSDI benefits to individuals with a disability that have a certain number of work credits in the last ten years. Apart from that, you should also have all the supporting medical documents to show that your disability will last for a year minimum.
We have helped hundreds of deserving clients receive their New Mexico Social Security disability benefits. At National Disability Benefits, we believe that the key is to have a duly filled application, supporting medical records and past work records to win the claim.
Are you curious to know if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits? If eligible, you could get up to $2,788 a month and get the financial compensation you need.
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