Social Security Disability Attorneys
Proudly Serving Reading & Pottstown
Have you recently been diagnosed with a disabling condition that makes
it impossible for you to perform your work-related duties? If your answer
is yes, do not hesitate to contact Dolan Law Office, LLC to discuss applying
for Social Security Disability benefits.
Our Reading & Pottstown Social Security Disability lawyers believe
that disabled workers should apply for SSD benefits as soon as they are
diagnosed with a serious medical condition. This way, the individual and
their family will have access to the critical benefits they need to cover
their monthly expenses.
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We gladly offer
free case evaluations to anyone seeking more information about applying for SSD benefits. In
this initial consultation, we can answer all of your questions, explain
your legal options, and give you a clear understanding as to where your
Basic Information on Social Security Disability Benefits
Social Security pays benefits to people who cannot work because they are
suffering from a medical condition that is expected to last for at least
one year, or result in death. While there are other programs such as workers'
compensation that give money to people with a short-term disability, Social
Security does not do this.
In order for Social Security Administration to approve your benefits, you
must have a medical condition that significantly limits your ability to
do basic activities such as walk, sit, and remember for at least one year.
The SSA has a List of Impairments that describes a list of medical conditions
that are so severe, that if you are diagnosed with any of these conditions,
it means that you are automatically considered disabled under the law.
Some of the conditions on the List of Impairments include:
- Chronic heart failure
- Heart transplant
- Sickle cell disease
- Hearing loss
- Liver transplant
- Parkinson's disease
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Benefits for Family Members
If the SSA decides that you are disabled, certain members of your family
may also qualify for benefits. These include your spouse if he or she
is at least 62; your spouse if they are caring for a child that is under
16 or disabled; a child under the age of 18, or under 19 but attending
secondary school full time, or; an unmarried disabled child who is 18
or older, but became disabled before the age of 22.
Contact Dolan Law Office, LLC today!
It is common knowledge that applying for SSD benefits is complicated and
a large percentage of applications are denied because applicants do not
supply the necessary paperwork or follow the proper protocol. With the
average application taking 3 to 5 months, you cannot afford to make mistakes.
Contact Dolan Law Office, LLC for the help you need. As a top-rated law
firm, we are 100% focused on client satisfaction. With years of experience
handling SSD cases, we can take the mystery out of the filing process
and streamline everything for you one step at a time.
Contact us today to schedule your free initial case evaluation!