When an illness, injury, or condition makes it impossible to work, it may feel like there is no way to make ends meet. At the Wallace Firm, PLLC, we can help you file for social security disability insurance and appeal denials of your claim.
Not every disability entitles you to federal social security disability benefits. To qualify, you will need to show that a condition lasting at least a year, or which will result in death, prevents you from performing any gainful employment. This can include:
If you are a caregiver for a severely disabled individual, it can be difficult to complete an SSDI application and get the help you need to support your loved one. The filing process can be confusing, and tight deadlines can make it hard to keep up. We will help you fill out the application and gather the necessary support information to get your claim approved the first time.
Most social security disability insurance denials happen because your initial application doesn't do enough to prove your disability exists. At The Wallace Law Firm, PLLC, we gather medical records, get statements from your doctors and treating professionals, and compile proof that you truly cannot work. During your social security appeal, we will use all that evidence to prove your disability and get you the compensation you need.
After a serious disabling injury, you may need to piece together different ways to pay your bills. Social security disability payments can often be coordinated with other benefits, including workers' compensation and annuities resulting from personal injury litigation to provide for you and your family. We at The Wallace Firm, PLLC, specialize in providing comprehensive representation in all three kinds of cases. With one in charge of all the applications, appeals, and negotiations, you will get your money faster and without complications or delays.
A disability can stop you in your tracks and make living your life a challenge. At The Wallace Firm, PLLC, we want to help find money for your treatments and living expenses by getting you qualified for Social Security Disability Insurance. Our initial consultations are always free. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.