Shook & Stone - Nevada Social Security Disability Attorneys
Social Security Disability
Disability Insurance for Physical Impairment
Physical injury and other such medical conditions are the first things that come to mind when people think of Social Security disability benefits. When a person becomes physically impaired to the point where they are unable to return to the same position they held before, or are unable to return to work at all, they could file a Social Security disability claim to receive some compensation for their lost wages. There are different types of physical impairment, including the following:
As long as a physical impairment will or is expected to last at least 12 months or to result in death, Social Security disability should be granted. The Social Security Administration’s website provides a detailed list of eligible impairments, including those that affect the musculoskeletal system, the respiratory system, the digestive system, and the immune system. These are only some of the impairments covered by SSD benefits.
Getting SSDI for Physical Impairment
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is available for those who qualify according to the requirements provided by the Social Security Administration (SSA). If you have been working for the required length of time for a company that offers SSDI and your injury or physical impairment is approved by the SSA, you should receive benefits. If you are denied SSD benefits for a valid claim, you may then be able to appeal the claim and obtain a reversal of the decision. Speak with a Las Vegas Social Security disability lawyer to learn more.
Contact a Lawyer from Shook & Stone
Our attorneys have more than 85 years of collective experience and will work as a team to build a strong case on your behalf. Whether you need to determine your eligibility for SSD benefits or you need to appeal a denial, we are prepared to help. Your initial consultation is absolutely free, so call our offices today or complete our free online case evaluation. The sooner you retain skilled representation, the sooner you can begin receiving benefits for your impairment.