When people get a job in a particular field, they often become experts in that field. They learn the ins and outs of the business and how to make the most out of that particular industry. Even if people don't necessarily love their jobs, they still often learn a great deal while in that position. This knowledge helps them work more effectively.
However, when a serious injury or illness affects a person's ability to work, all this information and expertise may not be useful to a person. The inability to work can be emotionally and financially difficult. People may not know where to turn in order to meet their financial obligations. In these situations, Social Security disability benefits can often be an important source of income. Through the SSD benefits program people may be entitled to monthly benefits.