We do our best to prepare for the what-ifs in life; however, one can never fully prepare him or herself for the extreme ups and downs life can bring. Surprising events can happen, and when they do, we may not know how to navigate them. Take for instance a serious accident that leaves you severely injured. This can significantly alter your ability to get around, care for yourself and even work. In these cases, understanding how Social Security disability benefits could help you can be vital.
Whether you are unsure about the application process, are afraid you will get denied or are simply uncertain if you disabling injury qualifies, it is important to take steps to become fully aware of our options. At the Lawrence Law firm, our legal team is dedicated to guiding Orlando residents through the SSD application process. It is our goal to meet the needs of our clients, helping them in the application and appeals process.
Our attorneys are well versed in all applicable laws. Because of that, we are able to determine what your best course of action is. For those who have accumulated enough work credits, applying for SSDI benefits is the most logical step to take. Our law firm can help you collect the necessary evidence to prove that you have an eligible disability. This means compiling medical evidence that indicates that you meet the qualifiers for SSD benefits.
While we work hard to help our clients complete their application completely and fully, we understand that this does not always end with favorable result. Therefore, we are ready and willing to help our clients appeal this decision, helping them collect additional evidence and even witness accounts.
To learn more, check out our law firm’s Social Security disability for injuries website. No one is prepared to go through the lengthy and emotional SSD application process; however, when one is disabled because of an injury, it is important to take steps to prepare him or her for this process. This could result in the recover of necessary financial awards, helping them meet their basic needs.