Posted on :May 5, 2015Byjpadmin
If you are unable to work due to a condition, you may qualify for Social Security?Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. As with any claim for benefits, you must prove that you meet the requirements to qualify for SSDI?benefits.
There are several requirements that must be fulfilled to qualify for SSDI, such as age, citizenship, employment, and residency. An Antelope Valley Social Security?disability attorney frequently sees that people are denied SSDI benefits for insufficient proof of the most important requirement: disability, or medically determinable impairment, that has or is expected to last for a continuous period of 12 months.
In order to prove you are disabled, the evidence must show your diagnosis, prognosis, treatment,?limitations and restrictions. ?There are four primary types of evidence, detailed in the video, that an experienced Antelope Valley Social Security?disability attorney finds the Social Security Administration (SSA) relies on:
Claiming SSDI?benefits is a complex and grueling process. If you are disabled and wish to file for SSDI?benefits, you should consult a knowledgeable?Antelope Valley Social Security?disability attorney with Lowenstein Disability Lawyers, A Law Corporation at (800) 954-7752 to improve your chances of obtaining Social Security disability benefits.