Some impairments/disabilities are detailed in Social Security's Blue Book. If you have DJD, DDD, back problems, heart problems, autism, scoliosis, anxiety, hearing loss, depression, vision loss, PTSD, Bipolar, Fibromyalgia, arthritis, stroke, diabetes, heart failure, or hypertension, give us a call! We can help. Our office has been successful at getting benefits for many different physical and mental impairments. Our office will discuss your situation with you when you call.
People who have never worked can qualify for disability benefits. People receiving disability benefits may be able to work and still receive benefits. Different benefits have different rules. We have helped many people with social security supplemental insurance (SSI) claims receive benefits and children with medical issues can also apply for and receive disability and we have helped many children with their disability claims receive benefits.
Many law firms will not take a social security case until after the client has been denied at the initial or reconsideration step and expect you to take on the journey yourself. Our office prefers to be with our clients every step of their journey. No matter what step of your journey you are on now or if you have gone on this journey before but were not successful, please call us, we can help.
Certain steps have a limited number of days to file a request in. With the help of a lawyer, it is easy to stay informed about the filing process and certain rules must be considered when determining if a person meets the requirements for disability. When a person meets or equals one of these impairments/disabilities, they can be awarded benefits without seeing a Judge. Although, most people do not get approved this way and will see a Judge before getting approved for benefits. Don't wait until you have already applied and been denied, let us start the journey with you. Call now and don't risk calling us too late.
Click the link below to go to our links page. On our links page we have access to the SSA.gov bluebook for adult and children and additional helpful links. Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions as well!