Do You Have a Disability Claim?
Filing for disability can be a stressful and uncertain undertaking, especially considering all of the claims that are denied each year. You deserve to receive disability payments if you are injured, ill, or disabled in any way that restricts you from going back to work. The problem is that the Social Security Administration (SSA) is very strict and will only accept claims that they think are valid at first glance. The SSA received millions of claims each year, which makes it very easy to overlook a valid claim with a weak argument and makes it more important to present a strong claim. How do you know if you have a claim? A Missouri Social Security Disability attorney can help.
The Importance of Hiring an Attorney
Adams Law Group has served the state of Missouri for more than two decades and has handled all kinds of Social Security Disability Insurance cases. We are more than qualified to help you decide whether or not you have a claim and assist you in filing. The SSA reviews each claim for the following details before making a decision:
- Is the applicant able to work in any capacity?
- Is the applicant's disability expected to last at least 12 months or result in death?
- Is the applicant's disability a valid one, such as those found on the Listing of Impairments?
- Does the applicant meet the earnings requirement for their age?
- Has the applicant worked long enough to qualify for disability benefits?
Without the assistance of an attorney who understands SSDI claims, it is difficult to determine whether or not you have a claim. The lawyers at Adams Law Group are more than capable for reviewing your case to help you file a claim with a strong argument so that it will not be quickly discarded by the SSA and require an appeal. We can help you prove to the SSA that your disability is valid, that you are unable to work, and that you are eligible to receive benefits due to earnings and previous employment.
Contact Adams Law Group for Quality Counsel
If you do not succeed in your first attempt to file for disability, you will have to appeal the decision on your claim, which is a long and stressful process. Our legal team has experience in this area and could help you obtain benefits in the end, but it is more desirable to have your claim granted at the start. Begin today by calling our offices to schedule your free case evaluation. An attorney from our firm could review your case at no cost and let you know exactly what can be done for you. We handle cases for a contingency fee, so you never have to worry about paying anything unless we win. Contact our firm today for the legal assistance you need!