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If you are disabled and no longer able to work, you may qualify for social security disability (SSD) benefits . Applying for SSD benefits is tricky so don’t try doing it yourself before consulting with an experienced professional. Let an experienced lawyer help you begin the long task of applying for social security disability for the best outcome possible.
There are many factors to what the best age is to qualify. One of the main factors is if a person is able to do another line of work, or career, and still be able to earn an income. This is why people between 50 to 64 years of age have a better chance at qualifying. They find it difficult to find a new type of work or career outside of their disability. If your disability is preventing you from making a living and there are no other alternatives, you might qualify for social security disability benefits.
Typically, it will take from 30 to 90 days to get a decision on your claim; however there is no exact time set for the social security disability claim process. The amount of time it takes depends on many factors such as attaining paperwork and records and then reviewing them. This is why you should consult with someone who has experience with the social security claim process. An experienced social security disability lawyer can help you minimize the amount of time for your claim. Consult with a lawyer today.
A lawyer who is familiar with the social security disability system will be able to help you gather your information and guide you through the process. In some cases, hearings will be held and your lawyer can be present on your behalf. Before you file for social security disability you will want to know that you are 100% ready to file so you will be able to receive the full amount of disability you are entitled to.
Can’t afford an attorney? That’s not a problem. An attorney can only charge you if Social Security approves your claim, at which point your attorney fees will be taken out of what Social Security owes you. It is also free to consult with an attorney to see if you qualify for a claim. Don’t waste anymore time, fill out the form on this page to schedule a free consultation with an attorney.