Social Security Disability Insurance
Nearly everyone in the country makes regular payments into the fund for Social Security Disability Insurance, which provides for the needs of individuals who have fallen seriously ill or have become injured so that they cannot work for a year or more. Federal payroll taxes collect the money for this program, and anyone who has contributed may potentially receive Social Security Disability benefits provided that they meet the qualifications. The
denial rates for initial applications are high at nearly two thirds, and to reduce the likelihood that your claim will be refused, it is advisable to seek the assistance of a seasoned Las Vegas Social Security Disability lawyer.
Disability Action Advocates has over 20 years of experience working with individuals from all walks of life, from homeless veterans to business owners who have become disabled. We know how to get results for our clients, and we will fight for your right to receive benefits. The application process is complicated, and the
Social Security Administration (SSA) reports that a large number of claims they deny could likely have been approved if the applicant had a better understanding of what was required. We take care of all of the paperwork, from gathering sufficient medical documentation of your condition to filing the forms and
checking the status of your claim. You do not even have to bring a doctor's note to prove that you are disabled before we can begin work on your case, and you do not have to wait to receive a denial before getting our help.
Social Security Disability Insurance Attorney in Las Vegas
The amount of benefits you can receive for Social Security Disability is based on your lifetime average income, and you can qualify regardless of how much you earn because it is not a means tested program. Eligibility is based on medical evidence that your condition will make it impossible for you to continue your present employment for at least a year, and that it will not be practical for you to seek alternative employment. Medical conditions that are expected to result in death also qualify. It is additionally necessary to prove that you have worked long enough at a job that is covered by Social Security and that you have earned sufficient credits. We will help you with every factor of your claim, including
appeals and hearings if it is denied. We do not charge a fee until we win your case!