Social Security Disability Insurance Attorneys

Get Help with your Social Security Disability Insurance Social Security Disability Insurance claim (SSDI)Claim

If you have worked at least five (5) of the last (10) years, you are likely eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), which is also known as Title 2 benefits. SSDI is a benefit program that pays an individual an amount based on their work history. In addition to the work history requirement, an individual must establish that they cannot sustain full-time employment due to a physical, mental condition, or a combination of both, for a period of 12 months or longer; or the individual suffers from a condition likely to result in death.

The Social Security Administration (SSA) uses a 5-step process to determine if a person meets the criteria for receiving disability benefits. You must meet the criteria of each step before moving onto the next step of the criteria list.

Social Security Administration’s 5-step criteria list to qualify for benefits

  1. Are you working? You must be unable to work or reduced to working part-time with a monthly average of $1,010 a month to be considered disabled.
  2. Is your condition “severe?”
  3. Is your condition found in the list of disabling conditions? The list of disabling conditions can be found athttp://www.ssa.gov/disability/professionals/bluebook/listing-impairments.htm. If you meet all the elements of one of these conditions, you’re likely win your case at Step 3! If you do not meet one of these qualifiers, you can still win your case in the next 2 steps.
  4. Can you do the work you previously did? If the answer is no, then you move on to step 5. The answer must be no to be eligible for disability benefits.
  5. Can you do any other type of work? The last step considers whether you can adjust to other types of work that exist in the regional or national economy. If you cannot adjust to other types of work, you will be approved!

At Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group, our goal is to help individuals understand the process of applying for SSDI from beginning to end. Because so many initial claims are denied, many claims require a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). Some claims are even denied at the ALJ level and require review by the SSA’s Appeals Council, or even by a Federal District Court. At RMDLG, we will fight for your benefits at every level possible. We won’t give up until we’ve exhausted all possible avenues for getting your claim approved!

Picking the Right Social Security Disability Attorney

We are expert Social Security Disability AttorneysOur Social Security disability attorneys are ready to help you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits if you have worked at least five (5) of the last (10) years and can no longer work.  These benefits are also referred to as Title 2 benefits.  SSDI is a benefit program that pays an individual an amount based on their work history. In addition to the work history requirement, an individual must establish that they cannot sustain full-time employment due to a physical, mental condition, or a combination of both, for a period of 12 months or longer; or the individual suffers from a condition likely to result in death.

Your Social Security disability attorney will help you determine if you meet the criteria for receiving disability benefits. You must meet the criteria of each step before moving onto the next step of the criteria list.

What Our Social Security Attorneys Will Discuss with You

The 5-step criteria list to qualify for benefits

  1. Are you working? You must be unable to work or reduced to working part-time with a monthly average of $1,010 a month to be considered disabled.
  2. Is your condition “severe?”
  3. Is your condition found in the list of disabling conditions? The list of disabling conditions can be found athttp://www.ssa.gov/disability/professionals/bluebook/listing-impairments.htm. If you meet all the elements of one of these conditions, you’re likely win your case at Step 3! If you do not meet one of these qualifiers, you can still win your case in the next 2 steps.
  4. Can you do the work you previously did? If the answer is no, then you move on to step 5. The answer must be no to be eligible for disability benefits.
  5. Can you do any other type of work? The last step considers whether you can adjust to other types of work that exist in the regional or national economy. If the Administration finds you cannot adjust to other types of work, you will be approved!

At our disability law group, our Social Security disability attorneys help individuals understand the process of applying for SSDI from beginning to end. Because so many initial claims are denied, many claims require a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). Some claims are even denied at the ALJ level and require review by the SSA’s Appeals Council, or even by a Federal District Court. The lawyers and legal staff at our disability law group will fight for your benefits at every level possible. We won’t let you give up and neither will we!

The Social Security disability attorneys at RMDLG understand that applying for disability benefits can be extremely frustrating and confusing.  This is because many claimants are denied over and over again. According to the Social Security Administration, approximately 85% of initial claims are denied, and in reality, that number may be even greater. Many of these claims are denied because of the confusing and difficult application process involved. Over the years, we have heard from many clients that they simply gave up after receiving their initial denials, or they were confused by the perpetual paperwork required to obtain benefits. Having a lawyer on your side can help you make sure your disability claim is completed properly, quickly, and that all deadlines are met. Most importantly, we won’t let you give up the fight for your rights!

RMDLG has some of the best trained and experienced Social Security disability attorneys you’ll find anywhere.  We serve our clients from the beginning to end.  If your initial application is denied we will appeal your denial to an administrative law judge, and take your claim all the way to Federal District Court, if need be. Our commitment is to make the process of applying for disability as easy on you as possible. If you are unable to work due to a physical or mental condition, or both, we understand that you have enough of a burden already on your shoulders. Let us help ease the task and confusion of applying for disability benefits, which can be cumbersome and overwhelming to those already dealing with the difficulties of their conditions.

At Rocky Mountain Disability Law Group, our goal is to win your case as fast as possible. Our commitment is to giving you the personalized attention necessary to ensure your case is fully developed at all stages of the disability application process. Whether you are thinking of applying for disability benefits, are waiting to see a judge on your case, or have been denied by a judge, e-mail or call us today, and let us help you with your Social Security Disability or Veterans’ disability claim.

And remember,on our Social Security and VA disability cases there is no fee unless and until we win your case!

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