Social Security Disability Insurance Protecting The Rights Of Employees Statewide

Miami's Social Security Disability Insurance

Seek Aid from Skilled Workers' Compensation Lawyers

You have worked hard all your life. Now you face a physical injury or mental disability that keeps you from working. You still have bills to pay, but your condition prevents you from working. What are your options for obtaining assistance?

You may choose to apply to the United States Social Security Administration (SSA) for Social Security disability insurance benefits. If you make that decision, contact the Miami workers' compensation lawyers at the law firm of Touby, Chait & Sicking.

Qualifying For Social Security Disability Benefits

Federal law allows you to receive benefits if you can show that you have worked but now have a disability that prevents you from substantial gainful employment. You may receive benefits as long as you remain disabled.

If you apply for Social Security disability benefits, your application may be denied. The decision for granting benefits is made by an SSA employee who determines whether or not you qualify, then examines your medical records and interprets how Social Security regulations apply to your specific circumstances.

Answering The SSA's Questions

The SSA examines your application to find the answers to five questions:

  • Are you currently working?
  • Is your condition severe?
  • Is your condition found in the list of disabling impairments?
  • Can you do the work you did previously?
  • Can you do any other type of work?

If you are denied, you may enter a long and complicated process of appeals.

Finding Experienced Legal Help

A law firm that has knowledge and experience with the Social Security disability process can be a valuable legal asset in this situation. At Touby, Chait & Sicking, we have been helping clients obtain Social Security benefits for many years. We'll meet with you prior to an appeal hearing to review your case and prepare for your hearing date. Our Miami workers' compensation attorneys know the process and we know how to put our experience to work for our clients.

Contact us at (305) 363-6400 today to learn more about the social security benefits to which you may be entitled. You have nothing to lose: the consultation is free and we don't get paid for our cases until we recover benefits for you!

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