- DISABILITY CLAIM FAQ
Anyone who has worked hard should expect to be approved for Social Security Disability (“SSD”) benefits when they become unable to work due to the physical and mental toll their jobs have taken on them. As long as your doctors confirm that your condition prevents you from working on a full time basis, you should expect to be approved, and rightfully so.
Many of our citizens work in physically demanding jobs, such as construction workers, factory workers, cleaning services, etc., which frequently result in physical impairment. We could not survive without these essential workers, but they are not being rewarded for their service.
Previous NextFormer President Trump appointed Andrew Saul as the Commissioner of Social Security. Saul continues to enact new rules that make it even more difficult to get approved for SSD benefits due to physical impairments, especially musculoskeletal problems. We need to get the Saul rule overturned, and remove him as Commissioner. You pay his salary, yet he does not have your best interests at heart. We need a Commissioner with empathy and compassion for the most vulnerable members of society. You funded Social Security; you worked for it; you need to fight for it.
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