Physical Disabilities and SSDI/SSI Benefits
POSTED BY devind . April 9, 2014
One major reason that such a high number of applicants for Social Security disability benefits are denied is because there are certain types of physical disability cases that are difficult to prove. To qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, the applicant must medically prove that they have a condition that prevents them from working — and that the condition will last for 12 months or longer.
For some specific types of SSDI or SSI applications based on physical disability, it can be difficult to obtain the necessary medical records to show that the physical disability will prevent the applicant from working.
The experienced lawyers at Jan Dils Attorneys at Law have extensive experience handling SSDI and SSI cases on behalf of individuals with a variety of physical disabilities, including:
- Heart disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Back pain
- Gastrointestinal illness
- Crohn’s disease
- Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
- Chronic pain syndrome (CPS)
- Rheumatoid arthritis
If you have a complex physical disability and are interested in applying for SSDI or SSI, it makes sense to seek early legal help from a law firm that focuses almost exclusively on disability applications.
At the law firm of Jan Dils Attorneys at Law, the chances are excellent that we have experience with a similar physical disability — and that we can help you, too. Contact us today at 877.526.3457 for an expert consultation. We have an experienced team of disability attorneys, and one of our representatives will be happy to answer your questions. If you’d prefer to contact us online, fill out this form and we will respond to you shortly.