Should I Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits?
Applying for Social Security disability benefits can be a difficult, emotionally draining, and complex process. If you believe you may be eligible for disability benefits, contact one of our Social Security disability lawyers who can review your case and determine whether you are likely to qualify for benefits. Read on for more details.
Frequently Asked Questions About Applying For Social Security Disability
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How do I apply for Social Security Disability?
Social Security’s preferred application method is that you file your application online at their website (www.ssa.gov). On-line applications, however, are not required. One can call Social Security at 800-772-1213 or the local Social Security office to get an application started. The Roose & Ressler Social Security attorneys recommend that you attempt to file applications for both Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). It may turn out that you don’t qualify for both, but let Social Security review your earnings and finances to determine your possible eligibility for both programs.
Where can I find a local Social Security Administration office Near Me?
SSA Office Locator. The Official Website of the U.S. Social Security Administration: https://secure.ssa.gov/ICON/main.jsp
Will you help me apply for Social Security Disability benefits if I work with you?
What can I do if my Social Security Disability claim was denied?
What's the process for filing an appeal for a denied claim?
You can file your appeal at Social Security’s website (www.ssa.gov). You can also call Social Security and request that the paper appeal documents be mailed to you. Your call does not satisfy Social Security’s requirements for filing your appeal. Your on-line filing must be made or written appeal sent to a Social Security office within the allowed time.