Do You Have Severe Physical Impairments?
Your SSI or SSDI Benefits Could Be a Phone Call Away
If you suffer from severe physical impairments that prevent you from working, you may be entitled to monthly payments and back pay through the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits program. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of claimants with severe physical disabilities are turned down every year. Our disability attorneys and advocates are experienced in handling SSDI claims for claimants with a wide range of disabling physical conditions. We can help you win your claim.
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What Physical Conditions Qualify for SSD?
You can obtain SSDI or SSI benefits for almost any physical condition. This is because the SSA looks beyond your diagnosis to evaluate how your condition impairs your ability to work when making a disability determination. Although this can be good news for claimants whose conditions are not listed in the SSA Blue Book Listing of Impairments, it also means the burden of proof is left on your shoulders. At Klain & Associates, we shoulder the burden of proving you qualify for SSD. We’ll evaluate your claim to determine whether you have a high likelihood of getting approved for benefits. We’ll consider the combined effect of multiple conditions and how they impact your life. And we’ll make sure your application or appeal reflects the severity of your disability.
Some of the more common physical impairments our attorneys and disability advocates handle include:
1. Brain Injuries
2. Back Problems
3. Chronic Pain
5. Cardiovascular Impairments
6. Respiratory Impairments
Although some SSI or SSDI claimants will be approved for benefits because their conditions meet the criteria listed in the SSA Blue Book Listing of Impairments, most applicants will qualify on the basis of a Medical Vocational Allowance.
The MVA Approval is based on your current limitations, often referred to as your residual functional capacity, your age, your work history and your skills and education level.
There are a number of disability programs and other services available that can help you achieve a more comfortable life.
In addition to SSDI or SSI, Medicare, and access to Vocational Rehabilitation Services, you may be entitled to benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), SSDI benefits payments for your minor children and spouse, educational assistance programs, and help getting back to work. To determine which benefits might be a fit for you, contact our disability attorneys today.
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MEDICAL EVIDENCE NEEDED TO WIN YOUR DISABILITY CLAIM
In all cases, however, medical evidence is vital to winning SSI or SSDI benefits. To convince the SSA that you are unable to perform substantial gainful activity, we’ll need to submit medical records, tests, treatment plans, the names of all health care providers who have treated you for your condition and your current diagnosis and prognosis.
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY LAWYERS ON YOUR SIDE
Without help from a disability professional, your chances of obtaining SSI or SSDI benefits for your physical impairments are significantly reduced. In fact, working with our team can more than double your chances of winning benefits. This is because our attorneys and advocates are highly trained, experienced and familiar with the SSA requirements, guidelines and expectations. And since you pay no fees unless we win your case, you have nothing to lose by putting our knowledge to work for you.