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If you are disabled and no longer able to work, Social Security Disability is your financial safety net. You can apply for Social Security yourself, however, 65% of initial applications are denied. You need help! Do not become a statistic. Hiring our committed Social Security Disability attorneys to represent you in your claim, from the beginning, increases your odds of winning. Our lawyers will work to gather medical records, consult with your doctors, and file the initial application for benefits.
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The process requires an application with accompanying medical documentation and proof of disability. The determination for eligibility has 5 steps or questions:
Are you working?
If you work and make $1090 or more per month, you normally won’t be considered for disability.
Do you have a severe impairment?
If your condition interferes with basic work related activities then you can be considered for disability.
Is your condition found on the SSA list of disabling conditions?
For each of the major body systems, the Social Security Administration has a list of disabling conditions.
If your condition is NOT on the list, can you do the work you did previously?
If your condition is severe but not on the list, the SSA must determine if you can still work as you did considering your impairment.
Can you do any other type of work?
If you cannot do the work you did in the past, the SSA will consider you disabled if there is any other type of work you can do.