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SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS

Whether you are trying to determine if you qualify for Social Security disability benefits, or your SSD claim has already been denied, we can help.

Do you need help?

If you answer “yes” to anyone of the following questions, call us for free, expert advice:

  • Are you considering filing a claim?
  • Have you already filed one?
  • Has your claim been denied?
  • Do you need to file an appeal?

As experienced disability benefit lawyers, we can provide you with the expertise to proceed correctly. These situations can be stressful, and we want to make the process as easy as possible for you. We also want to maximize your chances of getting your claim approved.

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The paperwork involved in this type of claim can be tedious and overwhelming. Let us look over—or help you complete—your application so that nothing is missing. We will develop medical evidence by talking to your doctors and consulting with our medical experts. We’ll also skillfully evaluate your disability claim to make sure it is as clear and compelling as it should be so that you have the best chance to win your case.

QUALIFYING FOR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS

When the Social Security Administration reviews a claim for benefits, there are certain standards that must be met in order for a condition to be considered disabling. Regulations call for listings that need to properly describe how severe a condition, disease, or impairment must be to qualify. Other things that may need to be considered include work experience, age, and education. If your application is approved, you may qualify to receive SSD or SSDI, which is Social Security Disability Insurance. If your financial need is greater, you may qualify for SSI, or Supplemental Security Income.

The application process for disability benefits from Social Security can take a long time. It’s easy to get discouraged along the way. Let us help you with your claim; it would be unfortunate if you accepted a denial of benefits because the process is so long and difficult.

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