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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

Since 1956, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) has been an effective social insurance program that helps individuals whose physical or mental impairments are so severe that they are unable to work a job within the national economy in any capacity. Contrary to popular belief, SSDI is NOT charity — Americans who are entitled to this benefit have paid into this system which has been designated to prevent severe economic loss brought on by foreclosures, evictions, and bankruptcies. In short, SSDI is a program designed for persons who have worked and paid into Social Security Disability Insurance via payroll (tax) deduction.

Disability Claim FAQ

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The best way to learn about potential eligibility for Social Security benefits is to contact Princeton Disability Advocates. We are experts in Social Security claims submission and the appeal process.  

(973) 436-1910