Why Do Social Security Disability Claims Increase In A Bad Economy?
Many would never guess that a bad economy could lead to an increase in Social Security Disability claims. However, more disability claims are a logical outcome when you take the time to think about the effects of a bad economy. When the economy is bad, many companies lay off higher paid employees in an effort to save money or they seek younger individuals to take the place of their older employees, because they are often willing to accept less benefits and pay.
This means that thousands of individuals who are in their forties, fifties, and sixties are being laid off, and individuals of this age group often have health problems. Many worked for employers who were aware of their health problems and some even had employers who actively helped their employees keep their jobs.
Older individuals with health problems are not likely to be hired by other corporations who are looking for individuals who are young and in good health, so what can they do? They still have financial obligations to take care of and often no way to be hired for work.
For many, the very last resort is filing for Social Security Disability. From my experience, I've found that, for these individuals, filing for disability is a very humbling experience that they do not relish. Contrary to what many might think, most individuals who have worked all their lives do not want to file for disability benefits.
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