Does Social Security Disability provide health insurance?

Understanding how Medicare and Medicaid can help with your medical expenses

Does Social Security Disability provide health insurance?

Medicare is a form of health insurance provided by the federal government for people who are disabled. You will get Medicare if you are approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). However, there’s a 29-month waiting period from the date of disability before you qualify. Medicare is accepted by most doctors and hospitals.

Medicaid is another insurance program that provides medical assistance to individuals with very low income and limited assets. You will get Medicaid if you are approved for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). There is no waiting period before you become eligible. Medicaid pays low rates and it is sometimes difficult to find a doctor who will accept this form of insurance.

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An experienced attorney can help you prove your case so that you don’t lose out on substantial medical benefits.

For free advice on your Social Security Disability, Medicare and Medicaid, call us at (855) 221-2667, or fill out our consultation form. The call and the advice are absolutely free.

Our SSD lawyers have been helping people receive their Social Security Disability benefits and medical benefits for more than 35 years. We can help you too.

Does SSD Provide Health Insurance
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