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Social Security Disability First Steps

First Steps

Social Security Disability First Steps

Social Security Law states that if you have suffered a physical or mental condition that is expected to last at least one year or result in death, and are unable to work, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. However, each year two out of three persons who apply for disability benefits are initially rejected. Why?

Just take a look at what the Social Security Administration has to say about qualifying for disability in its publication “Understanding the Benefits”’ 2014:

“Our disability rules are different from those of private plans or other government agencies. The fact that you qualify for disability from another agency or program does not mean you will be eligible for disability benefits from us. And having a statement from your doctor indicating you are disabled does not mean you will automatically be eligible for Social Security disability benefits.”

What is easy to understand is that Social Security Disability Law is a highly specialized area of practice where the government utilizes hundreds of regulations to determine whether or not you are going to receive benefits that are rightfully yours.

If you are suffering from a serious injury or mental condition that will prevent you from working for at least one year or result in your death, you need a Social Security disability attorney with extensive experience in this highly specialized area of the law.

The disability lawyers ACA Law have represented hundreds of people before the Social Security Administration and succeeded in securing their benefits. We can help you too. We will be with you every step of the way, helping you fill out complex, confusing disability forms; gathering your medical records; thoroughly investigating and appealing any denied claims; fighting for you; and getting you the benefits you rightfully deserve.

Contact ACA Law today for a FREE evaluation of your case. An experienced Social Security disability attorney will answer your questions, advise you of your rights and explain the benefits you are entitled to. Our Social Security disability lawyers work on a contingency basis. There are no legal fees until a financial settlement or verdict has been secured for you, so it does not cost you any money to have your case reviewed.