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What types of documentation is needed to apply for SSD benefits?

Good health is something we can never take for granted. Even people in Philadelphia who eat right, exercise and in general take good care of themselves can fall victim to a severe injury or debilitating illness. It doesn't take long for such conditions to take a toll on a person's body, and the more severe and long-lasting the injury or illness is, the harder it is on a person's health and well-being. Unfortunately, a full recovery is never possible for some people. When this is the case, individuals may want to learn more about applying for Social Security disability benefits.

Can broken bones lead to a disability?

Whether you slipped on a spill in the grocery store, tripped over an uneven sidewalk or were involved in a serious car crash, it is entirely possible that you can break a bone. While sometimes a broken bone simply means wearing a cast for several weeks, in other cases extensive operations and therapy are needed to recover, if recovery is even possible.

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