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By Chad H on Monday , May 5th , 2014 in / No Comments
In a Social Security Disability Claim (SSDI), you are eligible to start receiving Medicare benefits 29 months after your date of onset. For example, if Social Security determines that you became disabled on February 19, 2009, you will be eligible for Medicare benefits on August 1, 2011. Social Security does not include the partial month but will start the 29 month waiting period on the first full month following the determined onset date.