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Determining whether or not you qualify for SSDI benefits

| Jul 22, 2015 | Social Security Disability Benefits for Injuries

Living with a serious disability — caused either by a serious illness or injury — can be very difficult. People can struggle with their health, their independence and their finances. Not only do many people face staggering medical bills to treat a disability, they may also be completely unable to work. Without a job, people can have a hard time supporting themselves.

In these situations, Social Security Disability benefits can be crucial. They can give people the financial resources to be independent and provide for their own basic needs. However, obtaining these benefits is not easy. It requires significant evidence of a person’s disability, financial status and inability to work.

Even when people qualify, the Social Security Administration can deny a person’s application on technical reasons. They may require more specific information, medical records or a medical exam. An appeals process is available, but has strict deadlines and legal requirements that must be met in order to be successful.

Individuals who need SSD benefits may need to get more information about the application process. At our law firm, we understand just how important these benefits are to people. We work quickly and efficiently to attempt to ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible. Our attorneys have decades of experience filing SSD claims. We understand the evidence that the SSA is looking for and how to prove a disability. For more information, please see our SSD qualifications webpage for more information about these benefits and what is required to qualify.