Lawrenceville's Top Social Security Disability Lawyers
The need to file a social security disability claim can come at any time. If you haven’t reached retirement age, but are unable to work due to disability, you may feel like you’re out of options. Luckily, that’s not true. The social security disability lawyers at Nogales & Associates can guide you through the complex process of filing for social security disability to ensure you have the best shot at receiving the benefits you need.
Taking advantage of social security disability helps you if you have suffered an injury, trauma or any other ailment that has left you with a disability that renders you unable to work to earn a sustainable wage. Nogales & Associates is a small law firm that can help you in a big way.
If you believe you may qualify for this benefit, our team of bilingual attorneys can help you tap into your social security disability and improve your quality of life.
What is Social Security Disability?
Social security disability (also known as SSD) is a social security benefit that pays disabled people or those who are unable to work monthly, if they have not yet reached retirement age. You may have also heard it called “workers’ disability.” This is typically reserved for those who have been injured on the job and will not be able to go back to work for an indefinite amount of time. However, it is a common misconception that you must have sustained an injury at work to receive social security disability. Regardless of where or how you sustained your injury, if you have a long-term illness or have suddenly become a full-time caretaker to your child, you may be eligible to receive benefits.
A thorough understanding of the claim process and qualifications for eligibility is essential to achieving a successful outcome to your claim. Our experienced social security disability lawyers provide you with the guidance and expertise you need to file a successful claim. Contact us today for a free consultation!
Why You May Not Have Heard of Social Security Disability
Since this is a complicated system, it is not widely publicized as a way to receive financial help from the government. However, if you’ve run into an unexpected situation with disability or illness, you’re entitled to explore the possibility of this benefit. With help from the team at Nogales & Associates, Social Security Disability could help you and your family stay afloat.
Qualifying for Social Security Disability
How Medical Conditions May Automatically Qualify You BenefitsThe medical component of Social Security Disability (SSD) is also important as these benefits are only given to people with serious, long-term disabilities that leave them totally unable to work. This means that your health has kept you from performing day-to-day work tasks for at least one year. There are a few things that automatically qualify you for SSD:
- If you identify with a “disabled condition” as listed by Social Security,
- If you’ve been diagnosed with a severe disease; and,
- If you have a special provision such as disabled children or declining vision.
Specific conditions that will most likely qualify you include heart conditions, back conditions, respiratory illnesses, impaired vision or hearing, neurological disorders, some mental disorders, immune system disorders, digestive issues and kidney disease.
Our Social Security Disability Lawyers Can Help You with Your Claim Today!
If you believe you should receive social security disability, let Nogales & Associates do the heavy lifting. We know it’s a confusing process with lots of paperwork, details and sneaky roadblocks. Our team is dedicated to removing all the headache from this process and getting you the help you need. We believe the key to success is to ensure that everybody involved in your case understands each step and the role they play in it.
Nogales & Associates is dedicated to Gwinnett County, and our bilingual team ensures that nobody gets left behind due to disability or illness. Getting started is easy! To set up your free consultation, simply fill out our online contact form or give us a call at 770-263-9990.