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Injury and an inability to work components of seeking SSD

by | Aug 18, 2017 | Social Security Disability Benefits For Injuries |

When it comes to a person’s health and their ability to earn a living wage, it would be much easier if those goals weren’t hindered in any way. For many Mobile residents, their ability to work has never been an issue so the thought couldn’t be further from their mind. For others, their inability to work due to injury is all they can think about as its impact on a person’s life can be enormous. How can one help to off-set the cost of living when they aren’t able to make ends meet?

The answer could be Social Security Disability benefits for injuries, also known as SSD for injuries. Not to discourage those who are seeking benefits, but it isn’t unusual to see a request for benefits be denied in the first stage. At Gardberg & Kemmerly PC Attorneys At Law, we do not take no for an answer. We will do what it takes to ensure those who deserve benefits, receive them. There could be a multitude of injuries that would qualify a person to receive SSD benefits.

There are several steps in the benefits seeking process. It’s good to know that denials can be appealed. A person could receive a the bad news of a denial of SSD benefits and then come back and provide the correct information or proof to be approved to receive SSD benefits. It could mean the difference between receiving thousands of dollars in well-deserved funds in comparison to receiving nothing.

For many Mobile residents, the decision is obvious. If you or a loved one has limited options due to an injury that renders a person unable to work or earn a living wage, it may feel like a person’s back is up against the wall. Give yourself of a loved one some financial breathing room by applying and receiving SSD benefits. Amounts and approval of social security disability benefits are determined on a case-by-case basis.




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