In 2007, nearly 50 million Americans received over $602 billion in Social Security benefits. These benefits had the potential to cover countless medical bills and a variety of personal expenses for Americans who had contributed to the growth of the nation. For most people, Social Security and it’s benefits are generally associated with elderly or retired individuals.
However, Social Security provides more than just retirement benefits; it also provides benefits for those who have been pained with long-term injury or disabled. Furthermore, immediate family members also have the potential to receive these Social Security Disability Benefits as well.
Social Security Disability benefits are available to many individuals who find that they are unable to work due to the limitation that their medical conditions cause them. According to the Social Security administration, this disability is defined as a lack of work ability. Individuals are considered disabled by the Social Security administration if:
- They are proven to be incapable of doing the work that they did previously
- The Social Security administration determines that an individual cannot adjust to new work due to the medical condition AND
- The disability has lasted or is projected to last for at least a year or result in death
If you or a loved one are experiencing the above difficulties, you are welcome to seek legal guidance from an experienced Social Security Disability attorney to help you attain and preserve approval for the benefits deserved. At Rue, Ziffra & Caldwell, we have an experienced team devoted to cases of Social Security Disability.
For over 30 years, the attorneys and staff members of Rue, Ziffra & Caldwell have successfully represented claimants who had previously been denied Social Security Disability Benefits. Our attorneys have tirelessly worked to get you or your loved one the full and fair results for out-of-work losses and suffering.
If the physical, financial, and emotional consequences of your disability have left you out of work and your family suffering, the attorneys at Rue, Ziffra & Caldwell can help you understand your rights, sort out your options, and pursue justice. Receiving Social Security Disability should be a benefit, not a struggle; contact us today to see what we can do to help you gain what you deserve.
When individuals are denied social security disability benefits or find themselves unable to work, they are often faced with many uncertainties in regards to their rights and future. Below, we hope to provide you with assurance as we answer our most common questions regarding social security disability claims:
Being injured and unemployed can be devastating for an individual and his or her loved ones. The law firm of Rue, Ziffra & Caldwell, is dedicated to providing legal representation for Social Security Disability claimants and is committed to standing up for those who are unable to continue working due to an unexpected injury or illness.
If you are hurt and struggling to get the Social Security disability benefits you desperately need, seek help from a Social Security Disability attorney.
The Florida disability attorneys at Rue, Ziffra & Caldwell are knowledgeable in the laws governing Social Security disability and can deal with the complicated federal regulations governing Social Security disability claims. The process of applying for early Social Security disability benefits can be long and frustrating. Without the proper legal assistance, it can take years to get the benefits you need. Our firm can try to help you receive these benefits and significantly lessen this waiting period.
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