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Social Security Disability Laws

When you’re seeking help from the Social Security Administration, understanding Social Security Disability rules is crucial. This subject is incredibly complex, and being confused or unaware in even one area could compromise your ability to recover the compensation you need to get well and maintain your quality of life.

That’s why the attorneys at Joel H. Schwartz, PC work with our clients to ensure their full understanding of their case and the associated rules. Then, we do everything we can to strengthen their case for benefits.

Below is a brief overview of some of the most important rules those filing for Social Security Disability should know.


Requirements You Must Meet

The first aspect of Social Security Disability laws you need to know is whether you meet the qualification requirements. These requirements are broken down into two different categories: financial and medical.

For the financial part, you and your attorney must first prove that you are unable to support yourself. If your household exceeds a certain income each month, you may not be able to recover damages.

For the medical requirements, you must prove one of two things. You must prove that you are unable to hold a steady job, whether it’s a job you held in the past or a job of equal or less demand, or you must prove that your injuries are part of the Social Security Administration’s list of qualifying injuries.


Timeline for Social Security Disability

Another aspect of Social Security Disability you should be aware of is how long you must wait before you can file for benefits. The Social Security Administration requires you to wait a minimum of five months from the date of your accident before you can file. This is to ensure your injuries are substantial enough to warrant compensation.


Documents and Paperwork

Another important part of pursuing Social Security Disability benefits is providing all the necessary paperwork and documentation. The Social Security Administration requires you to submit a significant amount of personal information, including tax forms, medical documentation, and more.


Get in Touch with a Social Security Disability Lawyer

If you have more questions about Social Security Disability, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team. We will help you get the answers to any inquiries you have so you have the best chance at recovering the benefits you deserve.

To schedule a consultation, give a lawyer at Joel H. Schwartz, PC a call at 1-800-660-2270 or fill out the form below.

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