What’s a Concurrent Social Security Disability Application?

What’s a Concurrent Social Security Disability Application?

Many times the Social Security Administration will take a Social Security Disability and SSI application. This is known as a “concurrent application”. It happens when a Social Security Disability applicant is covered and insured under Social Security Disability benefits but their projected Social Security Disability benefit amount is less that what you would get for SSI.

A concurrent application is taken to make sure that you receive a certain minimum monthly benefit. If you have any questions about your concurrent Social Security Disability application, give us a call today to discuss your claim.

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