Social Security Disability Lawyers
If you become permanently disabled as a result of a car collision or other mishap, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
Sometimes an injury claim will lead to a disability claim. Or, an unfortunate health development unrelated to an injury claim could lead to disability.
However you become disabled, our social security attorneys serving North Carolina and South Carolina can help you get Social Security Disability benefits approved. Contact our experienced attorneys and learn how Charles G. Monnett III & Associates can help.
Qualifying For Social Security Disability Benefits
In order to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, you must meet the following criteria:
- You must have a disability that lasts for at least one year or will result in death.
- Your disability prevents you from doing previous work.
- Your disability prevents you from adjusting to a different kind of work.
- You must have worked for a sufficient amount of time based on your age to qualify according to the Social Security Administration's guidelines.
Applying For SSD Benefits
The most difficult part of qualifying for disability benefits is proving that your disability prevents you from doing any previous or new work.
The Social Security Administration provides a disability benefits brochure that will give you a basic overview of the application and qualification process.
If you have already started the application process, do not be discouraged if you are initially denied.
Appealing Social Security Disability Applications
Social Security Disability applications are often denied and must go through an appeals process. Avoid the frustration and stress of a denied SSD application and contact an experienced attorney who can help.
Speak To An Experienced Disability Lawyer
At Charles G. Monnett III & Associates our team is experienced handling injury and disability claims. Our Social Security Disability Insurance lawyers can help with the application process and prove that you are in fact disabled, even if your application was initially denied.
To evaluate whether you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits, contact our Social Security Disability lawyers near Charlotte, North Carolina at (704) 376-1911 or toll-free at 1-(800) 977-3077.
For additional information and resources please visit our Social Security Disability resource page.
Three Ways We Can Help You Today
- Help you understand your rights as they apply to your unique case
- Help you to know which medical treatments may be needed
- Help take calls and handle the paper work from insurance companies
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