Social Security Disability Lawyers in Phoenix and Atlanta
We are social security disability lawyers in Phoenix and Atlanta who focus on working on behalf of disabled and the injured. Our thirty years of experience sets us apart from other law firms and ensures that you are hiring a qualified attorney in Phoenix or Atlanta that understands social security disability insurance and will get you all the benefits you are entitled to receive. Hiring the right lawyer can be the difference between winning and losing your case. Social Security Disability Attorneys with experience in defending disability cases and are familiar with the hearing process is important. Let Cruz and Associates put our experienced SSDI attorneys to work for you.
What Is Social Security Disability?
A career-ending injury or illness can wreak havoc on any worker and there are many issues and expenses that only become evident after the injury or illness. There are also benefits that workers in the United States are entitled to should they become disabled due to illness or injury and unable to continue working. Working with a social security disability attorney that also concentrates on workers’ compensation offers strong representation in a disability case with a team of winning attorneys that understand and fight for workers’ rights day in and day out.
The government offers workers injured on the job or who are disabled by illness or mental condition benefits known as social security disability insurance or SSDI. This insurance provides income to workers who have been injured on the job or have a chronic or debilitating illness and who are not going to be able to return to their regular jobs for the foreseeable future. For these disabled or injured workers that are not able to perform any kind of employment, the government provides a system that allows them to continue paying their bills and take care of their families.
Why Hire a Social Security Disability Attorney?
- Ensure you get all the benefits you are entitled to.
- Unfamiliar with the filing process.
- Increase odds of being approved.
- Previously denied benefits and want to appeal.
- Overwhelmed with the paperwork.
- Need to uncover evidence that will help the case.
Ten Factors That Impact a Disability Case
Qualifying for Social Security Disability is not easy, there are several factors that need to be met. Our SSDI lawyers can help you determine if you qualify since they have a deep understanding of the system. Our experienced social security disability attorneys will work hard to get you all the disability benefits you deserve. Below are 10 common qualifiers for social security disability insurance. Even if you do not meet any of the criteria on the lees, there might be exceptions in your particular case that will help you qualify, give us a call and we will help you determine those exceptions.
10 Ways to Qualify for Social Security Disability:
- You must have worked long enough.
- You must have worked recently enough.
- You must have earned enough work credits.
- You are unable to do the work you did before.
- You are unable to perform a different work due to your medical condition.
- Your medical condition has lasted or is expected to last for at least one year.
- You have earned a monthly income this year under the Social Security Limit.
- Your condition is found on the “disabling conditions” list by Social Security.
- You have been diagnosed with a severe disease that is part of the Compassionate Allowances list.
- You are found in the special provisions category: low vision, disabled children, widowers, and wounded warriors.
The last three things will automatically qualify you for Social Security Disability benefits.
What Conditions Automatically Qualify for Disability?
The Social Security Administration’s disability listing manual presents a number of physical and mental impairments that will automatically qualify a person for disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income. If you don’t find yourself in this list, this does not mean that you do not qualify at all. Give us a call to get a free consultation and evaluate other factors in your particular case that might help you get the benefits you deserve.
Here Are Some Of The Conditions That Will Automatically Qualify You:
- Musculature problems
- Cardiovascular conditions
- Senses and speech issues
- Respiratory illnesses
- Neurological disorders
- Mental disorders
- Immune system disorders
- Digestive tract problems
- Kidney disease
If your SSDI case is denied and you cannot do your work anymore, you need an attorney that will fight for your rights and get you the benefits you deserve. Make sure to contact an attorney that has a deep understanding of the SSDI system. Hiring the right attorney will make a big difference when it comes to getting the compensation you deserve to keep up with your normal life after a case is denied.
If you are disabled and can’t perform your work anymore, you are eligible for disability benefits. However, the Social Security Administration commonly denies these cases. An experienced attorney will cover your back and will help you navigate the appealing process to get the healthcare and financial benefits youNeed to keep supporting your family while you are out of work.
If you are unable to work due to your medical condition, do not hesitate to contact us. Our experienced SSDI attorneys will fight to get you the healthcare and financial benefits you deserve. Hiring the right attorney will make a difference between getting your SSDI case approved or denied.
Contact the Cruz & Associates and get what you deserve!
How much is the monthly Compensation For Disability?
The compensation you receive for disability benefits is determined by the average earnings in your lifetime. Each particular case is different for which you should give us a call and get a free consultation from our team of professionals. They will guide you through the process and make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Note that if you have received any type of government benefits such as workers’ compensation or other benefits based on work not covered by Social Security, your benefits may be reduced.
How Long Does It Take To Get A Decision On Disability?
The Social Security Administration could take about six weeks to process your application, but it could take way longer if they find an error in your form, you missed a deadline or there is missing information. This is why it is very important to hire an experienced SSDI attorney that will cover your back and avoid delays. It is important to consider that each particular case is different and there are different elements that could impact the duration of the process.