If you are disabled and are unable to work for at least 12 months, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. If you are unsure if you qualify for the benefits or how much you qualify for, you can come in for a free evaluation of your case.
Our experienced attorneys can review your medical history and condition and determine if you might be eligible for benefits. We look at your past employment history as well as your earned amount as well as household size to determine how much benefits you should expect to receive if you are approved.
As soon as you are unable to work you should consult an attorney about obtaining Social Security Disability benefits. The process is long and the waiting period can put you and your family in financial distress, so the sooner you apply, the sooner you can be receiving your payments.
What Are The Requirements For Social Security Disability Benefits?
The Social Security Administration requires you to have an impairment that they can deem to be a disability that does not allow you to work to qualify for disability benefits. You must be under the age of 62 and have worked for at least 5 of the last 10 years while paying into Social Security to be eligible to receive benefits. People under the age of 32 may have different requirements as they have not been in the work force for as long as older applicants. The social Security Disability Administration takes many things into consideration when determining your eligibility and your Grand Rapids Social Security attorney can help you to understand what they are.
Call out office today for a free evaluation of your case with an experienced Grand Rapids Social Security attorney.
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