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If you can’t work, that alone doesn’t guarantee you Social Security Disability benefits.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is a big government agency that uses a complex system to determine whether or not you deserve benefits. You can only win disability benefits if you meet the SSA’s strict definition of “disabled.”
The system can be baffling to outsiders, filled with rules and regulations that leave you feeling lost and disheartened.
Let the experienced Social Security Disability attorneys at Lachman & Gorton help you determine if you do qualify for disability benefits. Contact our office to discuss your disability case.
The main type of Social Security benefits is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Social Security awards SSDI benefits to you if you meet two criteria:
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Under the Social Security Administration’s rules, you’re considered disabled if a physical or mental condition is expected to keep you from work for one full year (or result in death). Your disability can be physical, mental, or a combination of conditions.
If you can’t work because of your health, it’s important that you keep regular medical appointments. Proper medical documentation is critical to prove your case to Social Security.
For the most part, Social Security considers you disabled if:
Contact the experienced disability attorneys at Lachman & Gorton for help with your Social Security Disability case.
Social Security doesn’t have a set list of impairments that qualify for benefits. If you fit the definition of disabled, you should be eligible.
Here are some conditions we often see qualify:
Even if your ailment isn’t on that list, you can still qualify.
Get in touch with us today. We can answer any questions you have, and even give you a free evaluation.
Don’t take a chance on your future.