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Social Security Disability
Tennessee Personal Injury Lawyer, Social Security Disability Attorney and Knoxville TN Social Security Income Lawyer
Social Security disability (SSD) benefits were designed to provide supplemental income to those whose physical or mental disabilities prevent or physically limit their ability to function at any type of gainful employment. Based on the dynamics of your impairment, as either temporary or permanent, your social security disability benefits could be offered on a temporary or permanent basis. These kinds of legal cases are generally extremely complicated due to the fact SSD procedures require significant amounts of legal work, a number of eligibility requirements, and several federal regulations. The experienced lawyers at The Law Offices of Ogle, Elrod and Baril, Pllc have worked on a a number of SSD cases and have assisted numerous injured and disabled clients obtain much-
Who Qualifies for Social Security Disability (SSD)?
There are several criteria applicants must meet, in order to be eligible to receive SSD. The first stage of qualifying for SSD depends entirely on the nature of your injury or illness. Proof of permanent disability, or a condition that has lasted, or is expected to last, more than one year is required. In addition, your physical condition must prevent you from performing the duties of your previous job and from finding a new line of work due to age, education, or impairment.
Since Social Security disability insurance is funded by the Social Security tax fund, applicants must have paid Social Security taxes through their wages for a sufficient amount of time, in order to be eligible to receive disability compensation. This means that a reasonably consistent work history prior to suffering the disabling injury or illness is required in order to qualify. Known as work credits, your work history and tax payments play a large role in qualifying for SSD
Disability claims with the social security administration can involve long periods of waiting for decisions, only to find that a case has been denied for benefits. For this reason, it makes sense to seek the advice and assistance of an attorney who specializes in representing disability claims.
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At the Law Office of Ogle, Elrod and Baril, PLC, we've effectively assisted a huge number of disabled clients obtain social security disability benefits that they were entitled to. We understand that disabilities, injuries and illnesses can prevent individuals from doing work and therefore this loss of income as well as productivity could be disastrous in lots of ways. The Knoxville disability lawyers at Ogle, Elrod and Baril, PLLC wants to help all such affected persons successfully complete the SSD application process, in order to provide them with the best chance of being accepted..