Disability Statistics on Per Capita Beneficiaries

“Do you want to double your chances of receiving a favorable disability decision from the Social Security Administration?”

IF THE ANSWER IS YES – THEN – MOVE TO WEST VIRGINIA, KENTUCKY, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA, OR ARKANSAS!!!!

SSA statistics covering the ten year period ending in 2010 show that these states have essentially twice the number of per capita individuals (age 18-64) receiving disability benefits, with a national per capita average of 4.5%.

The bottom-line is if you are a resident of these states, you are much more likely to be found disabled and entitled to SSA disability benefits than residents of other states, and the SSA has failed to acknowledge, much less address this major disparity in its management of the disability program.

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