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Social Security Disability Insurance

Social Security disability insurance is a program administered by the Social Security Administration for disabled people who have worked long enough under Social Security. This insurance program gives a variety of benefits to family members when the main wage earner in the family becomes disabled or died.

SSDI benefits are payable to disabled workers, widows, widowers, and children or adults who have been disabled since childhood who are otherwise eligible. The SSA pays monthly benefits to workers who were no longer able to work due to severe illnesses or impairments that have lasted 12 months or was expected to result in death or to last at least 12 months.

In addition, the disability insurance is one of the three basic protections provided by Social Security. Thus, only those who were able to earn enough credits by paying their Social Security taxes can be qualified to file their Social Security disability claim.

However, in most instances, disabled claimants receive denials on their initial application for Social Security disability insurance claim. These happen merely because most of them are unaware of the basic principles and procedures in pursuing a Social Security claim. Hence, it is advisable to hire an attorney for Social Security disability to make sure that you are on the right track.

With extensive skills in handling disability claims, our Social Security lawyers can work with you in obtaining your highest possible amount of disability insurance benefits. Our able attorneys can help you gather all the requirements and documents needed to prove your disabling condition before the SSA. If needed, we can also arrange a medical examination for you to further increase your chances of approval.

Dial our toll-free number and tell us the details of your case. We will be more than glad to provide you all the legal help you need to pursue a Social Security disability insurance claim. We work on a contingency basis so you do not have to worry on our professional fees. You only have to pay if your claim was already approved and you already received your check.

You may also fill-out our case evaluation form to receive free legal advice from our expert disability lawyer.

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