Nobody knows exactly what it is like to be you. While that is true for every individual, it may be especially true for you if you are blind or disabled. No one in your immediate circle of friends and family knows what it is like to live with your disability or to go through the Social Security disability application process.
You Are Not Alone: Over 25,000 Nebraskans Receive Social Security Disability Benefits
As of December 2012, the most recent year for which data is currently available, there were 25,087 people in Nebraska who were receiving Social Security benefits because they were blind or disabled. According to the Social Security Administration, 1,115 of those people resided in Sarpy County.
Other Nebraska counties with more than 400 people receiving Social Security disability benefits include:
- Adams County: 499 people.
- Buffalo County: 432 people.
- Dodge County: 477 people.
- Douglas County: 9,074 people.
- Hall County: 830 people.
- Lancaster County: 4,152 people.
- Lincoln County: 708 people.
- Madison County: 504 people.
- Scotts Bluff County: 789 people.
You can access the full list here. However, please remember that eligibility is determined on an individual basis. Whether thousands of people in your county are currently receiving benefits, or no one is, you still have the right to apply for your own benefits.
You Still Have the Right to Get Help: Contact Our SSDI Attorneys Today
You are not the only one in Nebraska applying for Social Security disability benefits and you do not have to go through the process alone. Instead, please use the live chat feature on our website or call us at 402-933-5405 to get more information about your rights and about getting the benefits that you deserve.