What qualifies you for disability in Florida?
- Are age 18 or older;
- Are not currently receiving benefits on your own Social Security record;
- Are unable to work because of a medical condition that is expected to last at least 12 months or result in death: and.
- Have not been denied disability benefits in the last 60 days.
How much does disability pay per month in Florida?
How easy is it to get disability in Florida?
What is the most approved disability?
How long does it take to be approved for disability in Florida?
What do disability judges look for?
What is step 4 of disability process?
What do you say to get disability?
What can you not say to a disability judge?
What do you say at a disability hearing?
The most important way to answer an ALJ’s question is with honesty. Some claimants feel that if they make their symptoms sound worse than they really are, they will have a better chance at winning their claim. However, exaggerating your disability usually has the opposite affect.