Your Injury, Illness or Disease Could Be Eligible For SSDI Benefits-Let Us Fight For Your Justice!
In order to be eligible for SSDI benefits, you have to prove to the U.S. Social Security Administration that you can't work due to physical or emotional impairments. You must show that they are serious enough to prevent you from being involved in any gainful or income-generating activity. In other words, you need to convince the SSDI courts that you are truly laid up due to a genuine disability. But even if you're in extreme pain due to injuries, or are suffering from a chronic illness, proving it can be a monumental task without the help of a wise, tough SSDI/SSI attorney at your side.
From Providence to Fall River to Foxborough, SSDI and SSI Injuries Deserve Disability Payments
These are just some of the medical conditions and disabilities that SSDI and SSI benefits may cover:
You must also convince the government that your condition has been continuous, or is expected to last, for at least one year or that it will lead to your death. As SSDI and SSI attorneys who have been doing this for over 35 years, we're the legal team you want on your side.
Call the Law Offices of Deborah G. Kohl today at (508)677-4900 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Every conversation is confidential, there is no obligation and you pay nothing until you win.