Social Security Disability
Even though you have worked hard and paid social security expecting to draw benefits in the event you became sick or hurt and unable to work, the Social Security Administration reports that an average of 53% of social security claims are denied. Several conditions can qualify you for Social Security Disability benefits, including:
- Blindness or deafness;
- Breathing problems;
- Chronic heart disease;
- Immune system disorders;
- Mental disorders including PTSD, bi-polar, and depression;
- Multiple sclerosis;
- Neurological disorders;
- Orthopaedic Issues including neck, back, shoulder, and knee problems;
- Rheumatoid arthritis;
- Seizures despite the use of medication;
- Sleep Apnea; and
- Other severe medical conditions.
Our attorneys have helped thousands of clients receive the Social Security benefits they deserve. We work with clients who are applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and sometimes both. We work with clients at various stages of the social security disability process, from those who are just starting their Social Security Disability application to those who recently received their initial denial and/or reconsideration denial. We regularly attend hearings in Evansville, IN; Owensboro, KY; and Madisonville, KY. At your hearing, we understand how to cross-exam the vocational expert to show that you cannot work. We understand how to present your case in the light most favorable to you!
At Worman Legal, we only charge a fee if we win your case. There is no upfront cost, and initial consultations on social security disability cases are free. Simply call or complete our online contact form.
The social security system is complex and trying to navigate it yourself can be confusing and frustrating. You can increase your chance of receiving benefits with the help of a social security disability attorney. At Worman Legal, we can help guide you through the complicated social security disability process so give us a call today for a free initial consultation.