Tips and Tricks for Social Security Disability Approval
I often have clients calling, emailing, or texting about social security disability do to help out this will give you the basics of the application process that the social security administration requests and some basics about timing.
Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability?
The Social Security Department considers an individual disabled if they can’t work for at least 12 months. Will you not be able to work within the next year? While applying, we recommend our clients to include any and all medical conditions they are suffering from. This will ensure there is enough evidence to support your claim. The more details and information included, the better!
We also advocate to go visit the doctor regularly. Since your decision will be based on medical records, we want to ensure that your case has enough evidence to prove how your physical and mental impairment prevents you from working. It is fundamental for Social Security to receive detailed information about your medical illnesses, injuries, or conditions that could contribute to your case.
The truth is that Social Security denies the majority of applicants. Sometimes the denials are because of common mistakes made during the application process. If your first application is denied, you have a limited amount of time to file an appeal. The SSD appeal can be overwhelming especially if you are struggling with a medical condition that is preventing you from supporting yourself and your family. At Coye Law, we will help you to get the benefits you deserve. We have years of experience dealing with Social Security and will fight for your well-being.
When Should I Apply for Social Security Disability?
When it comes to timing, individuals should apply for SSD as soon as they become disabled. -So what does this mean? Well, if you are injured or have an illness that there is a reasonable chance you may not make it back to work, that is the time. The time to file is very subjective. For instance- oftentimes we have clients injured at work or in motor vehicle accidents and while we as fellow human beings want you to get better and hope for he best, we always take a different view in positioning you to best protect you in the event you don’t get better. So oftentimes we will recommend filling earlier than when it is clear that you will not go back to work.
Of course ever situation is different-sometimes it is less than clear and most human beings are eternally optimistic, believing the worst is behind them and they will get better. We know that the filing process for SSD is known to be time-consuming and complicated. That’s why at Coye Law Firm, we aspire to handle your case as quickly as possible and get frequent updates regarding your application process.
For clients who may be suffering from medical conditions considered consequential by the SSA, we recommend them to apply for the Compassionate Allowances program.This program includes medical conditions such as some cancers, brain disorders, and rare children’s diseases. If our clients qualify and are approved, we could get your SSD application and benefits expedited.
We know that social security can be complex and intimidating to apply for. To maximize the chances of receiving benefits, it is critical to make sure everything is completed correctly. If you want the inside scoop about the SSD process, call us today. We’re here with any information and legal assistance you need.