What should I do now?
Social Security awards disability benefits if your physical or mental problem (or combination of problems) is severe enough to keep you from working at any regular job for at least 12 months. Even if you cannot go back to your old job, you must meet the qualifications for Social Security Disability, so you must be unable to perform any job (including for instance a job easier than your old job). Most people know if they can work or not. We have found that most people who do apply for SSI or SSDI, are actually unable to work. Social Security has a lot of qualifications for SSI and SSDI that they consider. Your age, education, past work, and your medical condition are used to determine whether you qualify for Social Security disability benefits. When you are applying for disability and your case is being evaluated, you need to provide medical records showing your condition and why you cannot work.
Should I Hire an Attorney?
Well, we think so. We have dedicated our practice to serving those who have a Social Security Disability claim and need assistance applying for Social Security Disability. By narrowing our focus we have become knowledgeable about Social Security's standards for judging disability. By constantly bringing cases to the Social Security Judges in Boston and Springfield, MA, Providence, RI and Manchester, NH we have come to know the specific practices in those courts. Statistics show those who apply for SSI or SSDI and are represented by an attorney are more likely to succeed. Call us at (888) 904-6847 or fill out a contact form and we will call you. We will answer your questions, and ask you some questions to see if we can help you with your Social Security disability claim. There is no fee unless you win.
Should I Wait for a Denial?
We think not. Social Security often denies claims based on partial information about your medical conditions. We can help you by calling Social Security to check SSDI claim status and check SSI claim status. We can help you by gathering your medical records and presenting them to Social Security promptly. They are judging you, so you will want a team of Social Security Disability lawyers helping you. When you hire us to present your case, we are advocating for you. We will work hard to win your case. The earlier we start working on your case the better. Don't wait to call us at 888-904-6847 or submit a contact form here.