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You’ve been contributing to the Social Security system out of your paychecks for years. And now you can no longer work due to a serious medical condition. But filing for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can be confusing, and the Social Security Administration (SSA) denies more than half of initial claims. Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law may be able to help get you the benefits you’re owed.
Our Social Security Disability lawyers are familiar with the SSD claims process. Whether you’re planning to apply for benefits or you’re facing an appeal, we can help. Contact us 24 hours a day, seven days a week—call (800) 444-5000 or complete our free initial consultation form, today.
DO YOU QUALIFY FOR BENEFITS?
To qualify for SSD benefits, you must meet several criteria:
- Your impairment must prevent you from doing the work you did before.
- You must not be able to adjust to other work due to your condition.
- Your disability must last, or be expected to last, for at least one year.
In addition to these requirements, the SSA uses a list of impairments to determine whether or not you are eligible for benefits. If you have questions about applying for SSD benefits, our experienced SSD benefit lawyers can help answer your questions.
WE WANT TO HELP
At Terry Bryant, we know how the SSD claims process works. We’ll work to make sure you take the steps necessary to help you get the compensation you’re owed. So don’t take on the Social Security system alone—contact us today.
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