You’re bound to have several questions when filing your application for Social Security Disability. Here’s how our team of seasoned, tenacious attorneys are on your side to help.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has an array of programs that assist many individuals. One of those programs is Social Security Disability. While these are beneficial programs that help put family’s financial burdens at ease, applying for them isn’t always simple.
Between the technical jargon and many requirements, it can be challenging to file your application for Social Security Disability, but it’s important that it’s done right because it’s the first step toward being awarded benefits.
Not to worry – you don’t have to face this obstacle alone. We’re here to help you every step of the way, including filing your Social Security Disability application. Here are a few ways we’re here for you.
#1: Confirm Eligibility
Prior to completing your application, you must confirm your eligibility. The SSA has several ways to determine whether or not you’re eligible for Social Security Disability along with a list of qualifying impairments.
If you’re unable to work and your condition has significantly impacted your ability to perform basic work activities, such as sitting or walking for at least a year, you may be considered disabled. Contact our team at Culbertson Law to help confirm your eligibility for Social Security Disability.
#2: Organize Documents
In addition to confirming your eligibility, you’ll be required to supply several documents supporting your condition and its effect on your ability to work. This can include medical records, work history and other legal documents which can be burdensome to obtain. This is another way our team can help ensure that your Social Security Disability application process goes as smoothly as possible.
#3: Complete Your Application
If you’ve ever completed an application, then you know it’s not as simple as it seems. Completing your application is no different. We’ll help you decipher the SSA’s technical jargon and best complete your application for being awarded Social Security Disability benefits.
Now that you have more information on how our attorneys can help, contact us for your free consultation to discuss the claim process further. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and clarify any steps that might seem unclear so you can feel more confident about filing your claim.