Qualifying Conditions For Social Security Disability
To qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, you must meet specific medical criteria under the Social Security Administration’s listings. Alternatively, you must qualify under special allowance based on age or employability.
These strict and complex rules are like a foreign language to the typical person. Thousands upon claims are denied outright for technical reasons, and many thousands more are denied for lack of medical records or supporting documentation.
This is where the experienced lawyers of Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C., come in. Our law firm has helped clients in Burlington County, Camden County and throughout the state of New Jersey qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI). Reach out to us today for a free consultation.
SSDI Benefits For Physical Or Mental Conditions
We are familiar with the categories and specific listed impairments. We are also knowledgeable about the medical-vocational allowance and the relaxed criteria for claimants who are over the age of 50. Our meticulous approach to detailing your case and our experience in hearings and appeals give you the best chance of getting qualified for the benefits you need.
SSDI attorney and our support staff welcome all types of physical and mental disability claim, including:
- Spinal disorders (neck injury, degenerative disk disease)
- Orthopedic injuries
- Degenerative conditions (arthritis)
- Immune system (lupus, AIDS, etc.)
- Cancers (terminal or disabling)
- Kidney disease and liver failure
- Severe diabetes
- Heart conditions
- Lung ailments
- Depression and bipolar disorder
- Anxiety disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic brain injury
Support For A Confusing And Frustrating Process
These are only a sample of the qualifying conditions for SSD that we handle. We work closely with clients to make sure they are filing under the correct listing and that they are continuing treatment to make the best argument for disability benefits.
Call us toll free at 609-589-0649 to arrange a free initial consultation with our Burlington lawyers about your denied SSDI claim. Please let us know if you need a home or hospital room visit because of your condition. Smith Magram Michaud Colonna takes SSDI cases on a contingency fee; no attorney fees unless we secure your benefits or successfully appeal your denied claim.