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Social Security Disability Attorney in Fort Lauderdale

Over the years, the Social Security Disability (SSD) insurance program has been adjusted and developed to help those who suffer a serious injury, illness, or medical condition. However, the process of accessing these benefits remains incredibly tough. After working hard over the course of your life, the last thing you (or your family) need to face is a lengthy SSD application process. Despite being entitled to the benefits, many are rejected thanks to the rigorous process involving deadlines, medical evidence, and various other requirements.

If you find yourself in this situation currently, The Injury Firm in Fort Lauderdale can help. With years of experience dealing with the SSD program, we know how to work with healthcare providers so the Social Security Administration gets their hands on every shred of evidence they need to grant you SSD benefits.

Do You Qualify For Social Security Disability?

Accidents - Firstly, you may qualify if you’ve been involved in an accident that resulted in amputated limbs, paralysis, brain injuries, or vision impairment.

Health Issues - Secondly, the SSD program covers numerous heart-related issues, Parkinson’s disease, chronic asthma, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, and Lou Gehrig’s disease. In addition to this, mental illnesses can also warrant benefits including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

If you’ve suffered from any of these health issues or an injury after an accident, you may be entitled to SSD benefits so long as you cannot work for at least twelve months. Allowed by the federal government, you will receive payments on a monthly basis as long as you’ve contributed to Social Security for a certain amount of time. In recent years, many have made the mistake of going it alone but we highly recommend choosing a professional service such as ours at The Injury Firm. With highly-qualified and experienced individuals by your side, you can be confident in the final outcome.

Challenging a Social Security Disability Application Rejection - Whenever you apply for SSD benefits, you’ll need to organize various documents and pieces of information including your work history, how you live on a day-to-day basis, and any health issues you’ve had in the recent past. As well as the process being rather difficult, many applicants are actually rejected the first time (and many times after this). However, you can apply a number of times before then being accepted. By contacting an experienced attorney, you can remove the stress from the process and ensure you’ll be in a great position to get accepted the first time around. If you happen to get rejected, we’ll know exactly how to act and improve your application so it doesn’t happen a second time.

Free Social Security Disability Consultation - If you get in contact today, you’ll receive a free consultation so we can discuss your position and how to proceed from today. After experiencing an injury or illness, you need to be able to fund your living and medical expenses so speed is vital. Rather than waiting or hoping, we can help you and your family members to get into the strongest position possible for the coming weeks and months.

At The Injury Firm, we have years of experience in dealing with Social Security Disability benefits so know how to put you in a fantastic position for acceptance. Perhaps even more importantly, we know the pitfalls to avoid too so why not get in touch for a free consultation today?

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