Filing For Social Security Disability Doesn’t Have To Be A Discouraging Process
A high percentage of Social Security Disability applications are denied, simply because important parts of the application process are inadequately addressed. Applicants working with an experienced attorney have a better rate of success.
If you or a loved one is considering filing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Social Security Income (SSI) or have been denied disability, call The Johnson Law Firm LLC in Freehold at 732-333-8751. We can help you gather the records you need and present your case in the thorough fashion required to secure a favorable decision.
In our first visit, we will sit down with you to discuss your potential claim in a consultation. We have over 30 years of legal experience assisting individuals in New Jersey with SSDI and SSI claims. We are dedicated to keeping you in the loop every step of the way. Our attorneys take a hands-on approach to walking clients through each step and handling all cases until the very end.
“Not one letter or form goes out without my personal review.” — Pamela J. Johnson
Have You Been Unable To Work For 12 Months Or Longer?
The Social Security Administration (SSA) requires a complex application with proof of your disabling condition by way of medical treatment records, vocational and educational details and other detailed information prior to issuing benefits. You will need to submit evidence that your disabling condition is more than a temporary disability — lasting or expected to last for at least 12 months — and limits your ability to do basic work such as:
- Maintaining regular attendance
The scope of disabling conditions is broad and can be a result of:
- Hereditary conditions
- Congenital impairments
- Traumatic accidents
- Infectious diseases
- Degenerative processes
- Repetitive strain
- Toxic exposure
The SSA provides for compassionate allowances to expedite new applications for individuals diagnosed with certain conditions that include end-stage renal disease, certain cancers, adult brain disorders and a number of rare disorders. An experienced attorney can determine whether or not your claim meets that criteria and guide you to an expedited decision on your claim.
Whether you need help filing the application or have had a claim denied, our firm has the knowledge to answer your questions. We will guide you through every step of the Social Security Disability process.
Contact Our Office To Schedule A Consultation
If a medical condition has prevented you from working for the preceding six months or longer, and is not expected to improve within the next six months, call our office in Freehold at 732-333-8751 or reach out to us online to speak with an experienced lawyer for assistance with your SSDI/SSI claim. We offer consultations, and Saturday appointments are available upon request.