Last week our blog talked about the unsuccessful work attempt and how it can affect an individual's Social Security disability benefits. Although the mere concept of SSD benefits is pretty simple to understand, there are many detailed issues like the unsuccessful work attempt that can threaten one's claims. This is important to because the Social Security Administration is looking for a reason to deny SSD claims, meaning that those who fail to protect themselves by making strong legal arguments may have the benefits on which they rely stripped away for them, or the benefits they desperately need denied to them.
With so much at stake, disabled Floridians should not take any chances by putting forth mediocre legal arguments. Instead, they need to think about speaking with an experienced attorney who knows how to strengthen and protect SSD claims. Together, disabled individuals and their attorneys need to be able to not only prove the elements necessary to show that their condition and its severity qualifies them for benefits, but they also need to deal with improvements to their health, unsuccessful work attempts, substantial gainful activity issues and changes to the SSA's regulations.
As a former insurance defense attorney and a SSA claims adjudicator, Chad Lawrence knows what it takes to satisfy the federal requirements laid out by the SSA and how to deal with any issues that threaten an initial claim or current benefits. He works with his clients to ensure that they fully understand the SSD benefits claims process so that they can be active in their case and make the decisions that are right for them.
At The Lawrence Law Firm, we understand the life-altering impact a disability can have on a Floridian and his or her family. Being passionate about helping these individuals obtain he financial security they need, we diligently work to ensure every initial claim, appeal and challenge to benefit cessation has the strongest chance of success under the given circumstances.