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If you are disabled and unable to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. For answers to your questions about benefits, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with an experienced West Virginia Social Security Disability lawyer.
The process of claiming disability benefits under either the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs can be confusing, and the application and appeal process can be long. Some people wait years before receiving the disability benefits they are entitled to — if they receive them at all.
The law firm of Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, helps disabled individuals in West Virginia and nationwide with their Social Security Disability applications and appeals. On these pages, you will find general information about the SSDI and SSI claims process. For answers to questions about your specific claim, however, we encourage you to contact our law office for a free and confidential consultation with our SSDI lawyers.
If you are considering applying for Social Security Disability benefits, or if you are in the midst of appealing a denial of benefits, it is important to understand the Social Security Administration’s approval process. In addition to meeting the definition of “disabled” and fulfilling the earnings requirements that the Social Security Administration dictates, you must present a convincing and organized claim. An experienced SSDI lawyer from Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, can offer insight and guidance in your pursuit of benefits.
If your disability prevents you from working, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. The Social Security Administration provides monthly benefits to people who meet strict criteria concerning work history and disability level. Because the application and appeals process can be complex, the assistance of our West Virginia Social Security Disability attorneys can be enormously helpful.
The federal Social Security Disability program provides benefits to qualified disabled individuals. The program sets out numerous requirements for recipients, including a strict definition of disability and a minimum work history.
If you become disabled and your condition is expected to last for at least one year (or end in death), consider applying for Social Security Disability benefits. The sooner you start the application process, the less time you will have to wait for your benefits. The process can take a long time and require intensive documentation. It may be necessary to appeal a negative decision. The help of an SSDI lawyer can guide you through the complex and demanding process.
The Social Security Disability benefits application and appeals process can seem daunting. The more you know, however, the better your chance of presenting your application in the best light possible. If you receive a negative decision, you have several opportunities to appeal it.
Call us to speak with a West Virginia Social Security Disability lawyer who is committed to helping clients secure the benefits they deserve.
Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law