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SSD Eligibility in Reading, Pottstown and Allentown, PA

Benefits of Hiring a Social Security Disability Attorney

If you are seeking Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, but are unsure if you meet eligibility requirements, hiring a Reading & Pottstown Social Security Disability attorney from our firm will significantly improve your chances of obtaining the financial support you so badly need. Our attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of how the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines SSD eligibility. We realize how devastating a denial of benefits can be to an individual, particularly in cases where SSD benefits are the individual's primary source of income.

We also recognize that clients seeking such benefits are often on a restricted income so we offer free, in-office, case consultations to those needing legal advice pertaining to Social Security-related issues. By filing out our online evaluation form or speaking with one of our attorneys, you will give us a more comprehensive understanding of your situation and make it possible for us to determine whether you may be eligible to receive benefits through the Social Security Disability program.

It does not matter if you have already been denied SSD or you simply have questions about eligibility, our firm is here to help. One of the main benefits of hiring a lawyer from Dolan Ray Law, LLC is that you will not be left working with an administrative assistant or paralegal; you will work one-on-one with a skilled disability attorney throughout the entirety of your case. To get started, all you need to do is call our law office to schedule a confidential consultation.

What are the eligibility requirements to obtain Social Security Disability?

Social Security Disability make it possible for those who have sustained severe or debilitating injuries and illness, which have left them unable to work or make a decent income, to get the financial support the need. If you have a physical disability or medical condition which you believe makes you eligible to obtain SSD, the SSA has created a simple process which can be used to help determine whether you meet their eligibility requirements.

The first eligibility requirement is that your monthly income does not exceed the maximum limit. Individuals who are able to work and maintain a decent standard of living are not usually eligible for these types of benefits. The severity of your medical condition will also be a key factor in determining your eligibility. Only those individuals who are unable to do their jobs or perform basic work functions for at least the next year will be considered eligible.

Providing you meet the eligibility requirements so far, there is a "list of impairments" we can use to see if your condition is on the list or can be determined to be as severe as those on the list. As long as your condition qualifies you for SSD benefits, you are unable to perform the work you did before and incapable of performing any other type of work, you meet the eligibility requirements.

Contact our law office immediately to get your eligibility verified and begin the application process.

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