If you want to find out if you qualify to receive concurrent benefits, seek advice from a Social Security disability attorney.
A Social Security Disability Attorney Can Tell You If You Can Get Concurrent Benefits
It’s possible for a Social Security Disability (SSD) applicant to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) simultaneously, which is referred to as “concurrent benefits.” To collect concurrent benefits, the applicant must have been approved for Social Security Disability (commonly abbreviated as SSD) but receive only a small monthly payment. A low SSDI payment is usually the result of low wages or lack of employment in recent years.
How the Monthly Payment of Concurrent SSDI and SSI Benefits Are Calculated