People with terminal illnesses will many times qualify for disability benefits under what’s called a listing. In social security disability a listing is a series of physical and psychological conditions that are so severe that they basically automatically qualify you for disability. If your terminal illness has progressed to the point where it’s preventing you from engaging in substantial gainful activity you will qualify for social security disability benefits.
Can a person with terminal illness qualify for disability benefits?
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