The social security website is full of information if you know where to look. Here are some of the links which you may find useful.
The home page for Social Security is located at, Socialsecurity.gov
To find out about your personal eligibility for benefits based on your work history, you can go to Socialsecurity.gov/mystatement The Statement provides you with a personalized estimate of future Social Security benefits — retirement, disability, and survivors. It also provides your earnings record for your lifetime, allowing you to check to make sure your earnings are posted correctly.
If you misplaced your social security card, you can go to Socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber which will give you instructions on how to obtain a new card.
Socialsecurity.gov/estimator will give you personal estimates of your benefits based on criteria you enter.
Finally, for people who are already receiving benefits, Socialsecurity.gov/pgm/getservices-change.htm allows you to make changes to your online profile, request information or just to check your benefits.
As always, if you have any questions about SSDI, you can get information at our website at Disabilitybenefitsalliance.com
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