SSDI Average Payment Per State

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Average Monthly SSDI Payments for All 50 States

According to the SSA's most recent Annual Statistic Report here are average payments for all 50 states. (Please note the amounts listed below are for people newly awarded SSDI benefits in 2019 that reside in those states.) We ranked them in order to show the highest to lowest average monthly SSDI payments below:

1. New Jersey – $1,587.02

2. Connecticut – $1,542.89

3. Delaware – $1,540.80

4. Maryland – $1,522.64

5. Alaska – $1,498.26

6. New Hampshire – $1,496.36

7. Washington – $1,495.81

8. Colorado – $1,490.52

9. Massachusetts – $1,489.78

10. Minnesota – $1,487.77

11. New York – $1,479.88

12. Nevada – $1,474.43

13. Wyoming – $1,474.18

14. Michigan – $1,474.05

15. Illinois – $1,463.55

16. Arizona – $1,461.03

17. Hawaii – $1,459.89

18. Virginia – $1,452.07

19. Pennsylvania – $1,447.21

20. Indiana – $1,445.03

21. Rhode Island – $1,443.24

22. Wisconsin – $1,443.22

23. North Carolina – $1,422.66

24. West Virginia – $1,421.89

25. Alabama – $1,417.01

26. Kansas – $1,415.66

27. Oregon – $1,413.84

28. Utah – $1,413.76

29. Florida – $1,412.61

30. South Carolina – $1,411.72

31. Texas – $1,409.37

32. Georgia – $1,407.22

33. Tennessee – $1,404.28

34. Missouri – $1,399.45

35. Vermont – $1,398.06

36. Kentucky – $1,387.05

37. Idaho – $1,385.97

38. Iowa – $1,385.19

39. Ohio – $1,383.93

40. Maine – $1,381.79

41. Oklahoma – $1,367.11

42. Arkansas – $1,359.54

43. Nebraska – $1,355.36

44. California – $1,350.93

45. Mississippi – $1,348.97

46. North Dakota – $1,345.83

47. New Mexico – $1,344.55

48. Montana – $1,334.37

49. Louisiana – $1,333.75

50. South Dakota – $1,300.51

51. District of Columbia – $1,287.34

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Qualifying for monthly SSDI payments isn't a given. The SSA currently approves about 1 in 3 disability applicants each year. First the applicant must meet the non-medical qualifications to avoid what is known as a technical denial and then meet the medical qualifications that are applied inconsistently across the board.

However, hiring us (most preferred) or other competent Social Security Disability Attorneys and getting legal assistance makes you 3x more likely to get benefits approved on your go around. Those who qualify for legal assistance generally get back pay as well as monthly benefits.

Betz and Baril work on contingency fees which means we collect nothing until you get money. This means that if the SSA doesn't approve your claim, or if there is no back pay the work the lawyer does for you is on the house. 

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