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Assistance for Social Security Disability benefits applications

Assistance for Social Security Disability benefits applications

| Jul 14, 2017 | Social Security Disability Benefits for Illnesses |

Having your life upended by a serious illness is an extremely stressful and difficult situation. Between worrying about your health, the wellbeing of your family, and desperately trying to keep a positive mental attitude, there are many different elements that can take their toll. However, these types of situations can be magnified even more when you’re left unable to work due to the illness.

Thankfully, there are safety nets in place for those who have been struck by such terrible illnesses. Social Security Disability benefits are available for those who qualify. Thanks to this program, many who are too ill to work have an alternative source of income, allowing them to provide for themselves and their family while fighting through the sickness. These benefits, however, are not always so simple to obtain.

When illnesses are involved, the application process for Security Disability benefits requires thorough documentation of medical records. If these records are not complete or up to the standards of the Social Security Administration, it’s very possible an application will be denied.

That’s why our team at Abromson & Carey Attorneys works with those who need disability benefits the most to ensure a positive outcome is reached. We guide applicants through the process, showing how to accumulate the most-thorough medical records possible, so that the chances of being accepted are much greater. In these situations, we understand you are relying on the benefits to keep your life on the right track, a track you have worked hard to maintain until the rug was pulled out from under you through no fault of your own.

Don’t let a sickness control your life or take away your ability to provide for yourself and your family. Seeking the assistance of an experienced attorney can help prepare for you the application process, ideally leading to acceptance. For more information, please visit our Social Security Disability benefits page.

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