You’ve suffered health problems that leave you unable to work. But to win benefits under Social Security Administration (SSA) rules, the SSA has to certify you as officially “disabled.”
The agency makes this determination based on how your medical condition is affecting your ability to work. It considers you disabled if:
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Yes. You may think it’s as simple as explaining your situation to Social Security and then you get disability benefits. In reality, it’s not that easy.
The application process is a complex legal matter. You must prove to Social Security that you are “disabled” according to their legal definition.
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Hanley Disability has extensive knowledge and experience helping people with their disability applications. Mr. Hanley has built our practice over almost half a century by focusing on individual care and attention for cases such as yours. Let us help you.
The Social Security Disability system involves thousands of rules, regulations, and procedures.
You can be denied benefits if your doctor doesn’t know the legal definition of disability, or if a Social Security employee fails to obtain medical evidence on your behalf. You can also lose your case if an appeal is handled improperly.CONTACT US TODAY!