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Do you suffer from a long-term illness affecting your ability to work? Has a physical injury made it impossible for you to keep working? In either case, filing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) may be a wise step towards securing the future for you and your family.  

Keep in mind, however, that you need to file your application for SSDI benefits properly. The Social Security Administration (SSA) rejects as many as 2 out of 3 applications—even though almost half of those who appeal win. Completing the application properly, and treating with the right providers, can increase your chances of an early approval.

Getting a Social Security law firm on your side at the application level is crucial. And the pressure is on. Projections for funding the SSDI program are bleak. New policies may make it more difficult to get approved. Trump, for example, has proposed a plan to cut over $70 billion from disability programs. All in all, fewer than 4% of the working age population receives SSDI benefits. If you cannot work, a Social Security law firm may be your best way to be in that 4%.

Social Security Disability Process

If you are disabled and you expect you will be unable to work for a year or more, you should consider applying for Social Security’s disability insurance program.

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Why Hire A Disability Lawyer?

How can you avoid mistakes and get the benefits you need?  Simple, hire a Social Security Disability attorney that focuses on Social Security Disability law.

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What if You're Denied?

If you are denied Social Security Disability, don’t panic. Most applications are denied at the first two levels, but are approved once the application goes to hearing.

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How to Apply for Social Security Disability

How to Apply for Social Security Disability

When you become disabled, a feeling of panic may wash over you.  You may worry about how you’ll pay bills and keep yourself afloat to make ends meet. Being unable to work is a daunting change in our lives. That’s why Social Security Disability is there for people like you who need help.

Understanding the Social Security Disability programs is extremely useful when you are making decisions about your future.  The Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income benefit programs are available for people over 18 who qualify.  Children under 18 may qualify for SSI based on their medical problems as well.

  1. See if your medical issue is covered under the Social Security Administration website or the Blue Book.
  2. You do not need an Attorney to apply, but having an attorney represent you in your case is recommended. First download the following information. Then you may either call or fill out the claim online at the ssa.gov website
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How to Apply for Social Security Disability

How to Apply for Social Security Disability

When you become disabled, a feeling of panic may wash over you.  You may worry about how you’ll pay bills and keep yourself afloat to make ends meet. Being unable to work is a daunting change in our lives. That’s why Social Security Disability is there for people like you who need help.

Understanding the Social Security Disability programs is extremely useful when you are making decisions about your future.  The Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income benefit programs are available for people over 18 who qualify.  Children under 18 may qualify for SSI based on their medical problems as well.

  1. See if your medical issue is covered under the Social Security Administration website or the Blue Book.
  2. You do not need an Attorney to apply, but having an attorney represent you in your case is recommended. First download the following information. Then you may either call or fill out the claim online at the ssa.gov website
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What if you are denied SSDI?

What If I’m Denied at the Initial Application Level?

Denials can happen at any stage when you apply for Social Security Disability benefits. It’s important to understand your next step after a denial. During the initial stage of the Social Security Disability application process, if you receive a denial, you must appeal within 60 days. This appeal can be completed by yourself in person at a Social Security Administration office or online at their website.

The easiest route, though, to hire a Social Security Disability lawyer to help you.  Your lawyer can file your appeal and help you through the appeal process. Getting help from a lawyer makes the process a lot smoother because your lawyer’s knowledge and experience can avoid errors and give you a piece of mind.

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What if you are denied SSDI?

What If I’m Denied at the Initial Application Level?

Denials can happen at any stage when you apply for Social Security Disability benefits. It’s important to understand your next step after a denial. During the initial stage of the Social Security Disability application process, if you receive a denial, you must appeal within 60 days. This appeal can be completed by yourself in person at a Social Security Administration office or online at their website.

The easiest route, though, to hire a Social Security Disability lawyer to help you.  Your lawyer can file your appeal and help you through the appeal process. Getting help from a lawyer makes the process a lot smoother because your lawyer’s knowledge and experience can avoid errors and give you a piece of mind.

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