If you have been denied the Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits that you need, you should seek an experienced attorney to provide you with effective representation. At Cutter Hall Karlock , we have more than 60 years combined experience dealing with disability benefit claims and will work diligently on your behalf to secure the benefits you deserve.
Contact a Columbus Social Security Disability lawyer from Cutter Hall Karlock in Columbus, Ohio, today to schedule your free initial consultation. If your claim has been denied, it is of the utmost importance to have a dedicated Jackson denied SSD claims attorney fighting for your interests.
Am I Qualified for Social Security Disability Benefits?
There are a number of requirements that need to be met for you to qualify for SSD benefits. Among these requirements are medical findings that show you have a condition that satisfies the criteria for a qualifying condition . It is important to note that a qualifying condition can be either a qualifying physical condition or a qualifying psychological condition . An experienced attorney can help you determine whether you qualify for SSD benefits and be an advocate for you in the legal system to give you the best chance at a positive outcome.
If you do not satisfy the requirements for SSD benefits on the basis of a specific medical condition, it must then be determined whether you are able to do the work you did in the past. If you are unable to do other work, you will still be eligible for benefits. We will work closely with you, guiding you throughout the entire process and keeping you informed at all times of your best options.
In addition to helping adults, we handle SSI claims for children .
Jackson Denied SSD Claims Lawyer
It is not uncommon for an SSD claim to be denied after the initial application. Our lawyers provide comprehensive representation in the SSD appeals process. We handle SSD appeals all the way to Federal Court if necessary.
Common Misconceptions About SSD Benefits
One of the misconceptions about SSD benefits is that you can receive partial disability benefits. This is not true, much like the belief that temporary medical conditions can meet the requirements. An experienced SSD and SSI attorney at Cutter Hall Karlock can help you cut straight to the truth and secure the benefits you need.
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon to see bankruptcies and foreclosures occur while disabled people wait for the benefits for which they are qualified. We are dedicated to helping disabled people secure needed benefits and look forward to assisting you with this sometimes complicated SSD process . Call 614-221-1400 or contact us online today to schedule a free initial consultation.