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If you are disabled and unable to work, do you need an attorney to help you with the Social Security Disability application form? We recommend that you file with the help of our attorneys. Our expertise may help your chances of winning on your initial application.

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Your application for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits requires a lot of information about you and your disability. The more complete and accurate that application is, the better your chances of an approval.

Medical history: The application requires a complete medical history so that the Social Security Administration (SSA) can have a full picture of your health.

Work history: The type of work you have done will have an effect on determining disability. If all your work experience requires physical capabilities you no longer have, that is important for the examiners to know.

Education: Your education level might indicate that you could qualify for less strenuous jobs that would not be affected by your disability.

Consultative medical exam: The SSA will pay for a consultative exam, if appropriate. After you spend a few minutes with their doctor, the doctor will submit a report to Social Security about your disability.

Social Security Disability Insurance may give special consideration to your situation if you are over 50. They recognize that changing careers can be especially difficult depending on education, work experience, and the nature of your disability.

If you are interested in receiving help on your Social Security claim, please contact us for Free Case Evaluation or call at 1-888-WE-MEAN-IT (888-936-3264).

Please be sure to provide us with as much information as is reasonably available. The quality of our evaluation is dependent upon the accuracy of the information you provide to us.

Any initial consultation with our firm is free. For more information, call us at 1-888-WE-MEAN-IT (888-936-3264), or contact us by e-mail.