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Increase Your Chances Of Earning Benefits With A Florida Disability Attorney

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If you want to increase your chances of obtaining benefits, it would be in your best interest to find a Florida disability attorney to help. We have what you need to succeed.

At Culbertson Law Group, we have multiple disability attorneys ready to assist you in the application process for qualifying for disability benefits. However, each step of the process requires careful attention in order to avoid being denied from the start. Here’s the information you need to apply:


The Information You Need To Apply:

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In order to obtain disability benefits, your application must be filled out in full to ensure the best results. A Florida disability attorney has a great deal of experience knowing what information the SSA requires. It’s important to have the following information ready to make completing the application more efficient and reducing the risk of your application being denied.



Information about you and your family:

  • Your birthday
  • Your place of birth
  • Your Social Security number
  • The name, Social Security number and the birthday of your current and former spouses, as well as dates and places of marriage and divorce (or death- if applicable)
  • Names and dates of birth of your minor children
  • Your banking information (routing & account number) if you want benefits directly deposited


Information about your medical condition:

  • The name, address and phone number of someone who knows about your medical conditions
  • Names, addresses, phone numbers, patient ID numbers and dates of treatments from all doctors, hospitals, and clinics you attended
  • Names of medications you were prescribed and the doctor who prescribed them
  • Names and dates of all medical tests you’ve had done and who sent you for them


Information about your work:

  • The amount of money you earned this year and last
  • The name and address of your employer(s) from this year and last
  • A copy of your Social Security Statement
  • The beginning and ending dates of any active U.S. military service
  • A list of jobs and dates you worked over the last 15 years before you became disabled
  • Information about workers’ compensation or similar benefits you filed or intended to file for


All of the information above was provided directly from the Social Security Administration website. A Florida disability attorney will hold you accountable to the SSA’s standards and regulations that have been set. It’s our job to give you the best possible chance of earning your claim.

To hire a Florida disability attorney, contact us today! We’d be honored to assist you in receiving the benefits you deserve.

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If you are disabled and unable to do the work you once did, call Richard A. Culbertson at (407) 894-0888 or submit this form for a free initial consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.