Assistance with Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration (SSA) sets the conditions for qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits. Social Security benefits are not provided to those who only have a partial or short-term issue. As an adult, to be eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits, you must meet all the requirements listed below:
- You must be under the current retirement age
- You must have worked long enough to be covered by Social Security
- You must have a “qualifying disability”
- You must have a disability that will last at least a year or reasonably result in death
- You must have acquired an appropriate number of work credits
- You must have paid FICA taxes for five of the last ten years
We have assisted clients with:
- Disability Hearings
- Explaining benefits eligibility
- Differentiating between Social Security Disability & Social Security Income and determining eligibility for both
- Compassionate Allowances
To navigate these waters, it’s best to have an attorney. It is not always just about having the proper documentation but knowing the way that it should be presented to the fact finder, or the individual who will ultimately make the decision whether you qualify. If you have a case or want to learn more about your options, give RICK STOCK LAW A CALL Today.
If you need assistance with apply for social security disability or appealing a social security matter, please give RICK STOCK LAW a call for a free consultation.