Unraveling Complex Eligibility Questions

Many people wonder whether they qualify for Social Security Disability benefits when they are unable to work. The federal government offers Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and other benefits to those who need help with basic living expenses and medical care. Unfortunately, these benefits can be difficult to come by simply because of the bureaucracies that administer them.

You do not need a lawyer to understand whether you qualify for SSDI or SSI. You may benefit greatly from the help of a lawyer in obtaining benefits, especially if you need to appeal a denied claim.

To qualify for disability benefits, you need to have a medical condition — physical, mental or both — that is expected to keep you from working for at least one year. Your condition must be documented according to Social Security's rules.

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The St. Louis Social Security Disability attorney at Alan E. DeWoskin, P.C., can help you figure out if you qualify for federal disability benefits. Specifically, we can assist you by:

  • Taking the time to understand your medical condition
  • Explaining Social Security's rules that can lead to denial of a claim
  • Explaining what medical documentation is required
  • Helping you understand how long it might take for your case to be heard
  • Providing personal legal services — you will see a lawyer, not a clerk or paralegal, when you visit our office
  • Handling initial claims, requests for hearings before an administrative law judge (ALJ) or requests for review with an appeals council

Our attorney has helped hundreds of people get the disability benefits they need. Whether or not you have a claim, we will provide honest, courteous service.

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If you have questions about how a lawyer can assist you with your case, contact us. We offer a free consultation to all potential Social Security Disability applicants.