To qualify for Social Security disability benefits, you must a medical condition that prevents you to work for a year or more. Social Security considers you age, education, and experience in determining your eligibility for Social Security disability benefits . If you think you may be eligible to receive disability benefits and would like to apply, contact us for a free case evaluation.
Generally it takes 4 to 6 months for Social Security to decide on an initial claim. The time it takes for Social Security to decide your case can vary depending on information you provide in your application, your medical conditions, and how fast they can obtain your medical records.
If you were recently denied Social Security disability benefits you may request an appeal within 60 days of the date on the denial letter. During the appeal process you can add more information about your disability and submit more evidence in support of your disability claim. We highly recommend that you contact us if you receive a denial. Having representation can significantly increase your chance to win your case.
Yes, you can return to work while receiving Social Security disability benefits. Social Security has programs to help individuals on disability get back to work without risking benefits. For example, you may be able to have a trial work period for nine months to test whether you can return or work or not. Please feel free to contact one of our disability expert if you have any question about returning to work while on disability.
At the hearing an Administrative Law Judge decides your case based on the evidence in your case file (medical or non-medical), your testimony, and testimonies of other experts. It is in your best interest to hire a representative when you file your request for hearing. Social Security Laws and Regulations are complex and confusing. Having an expert in Social Security disability hearing process can significantly change the outcome of your case. In fact. all Social Security Judges will advise you to hire representation if you show up to court without one.
We have been representing clients in obtaining Social Security disability benefits for over 20 years. Our office is supported by a strong team of Social Security disability experts that are dedicated to win your case and get you the maximum Social Security disability benefit allowed by law. We work with you one-on-one every step of the process, available to answer all your questions, obtain medical records as well as any other supporting evidence to approve your case.
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