Thank you so very much for your help with my disability claim. Please thank each and everyone who helped in getting this done. Every time I had questions and had to call you for advice, whomever I spoke with at the time was very helpful and polite and most of all caring. Once again, Mr. Nash, thank you so very much.
If You Can’t Work, Social Security May Pay You Disability Benefits
When you worked, you paid for Social Security Disability Insurance. But now, when you can’t work, you aren’t sure where to turn. If you can’t work due to a physical or mental condition that is expected to keep you from working for at least one full year, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
However, most people who apply are denied benefits.
While there are a variety of impairments that qualify for disability benefits, the key is proving that your condition(s) will keep you from working.
And just because you can’t work the job you’re used to working, it doesn’t mean you can’t work another job. If that’s the case, you most likely won’t qualify.