I Do Not Have Enough Work Credits to be Covered For Social Security Disability, Am I Out of Luck?

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If you don’t have enough work credits to be insured for Social Security Disability benefits, take heart. You may qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is a disability program that is based on your income and resource levels.

If you have any questions about the current income or asset limits of the SSI disability program, you should contact your local Social Security office. Remember that certain assets are not includable in the calculation, such as your primary vehicle and residence.

The law firm of Cavey and Barrett, based in Pinellas County, can assist you with your denied Social Security Disability claim.

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