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Nash Disability Law helped lifelong Chicagoan Lee Stevenson-Mitts win disability benefits when a heart condition made it impossible for her to lift heavy loads in her factory job.
Chicago woman meets with local SSDI lawyer

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.

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    Where to Start When Trying to Get Disability Benefits

    The first step in the disability process is filling out an application. But the majority of applicants are denied.

    If your application is approved in the first step, you will start receiving monthly benefits check once your claim is process.

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    Chicago SSDI lawyers at Nash Disability Law help you navigate the Social Security Disability system.Chicago SSDI lawyers at Nash Disability Law help hardworking Chicagoans win benefits.

    Nash Disability Law helps you win SSDI benefits and move forward with your life when your health forces you from work.

    What to Do If You Aren’t Approved Right Away

    If you’re denied like most people, you can appeal. But it isn’t easy. You’ll most likely want to get help from disability attorneys.

    The reason you’ll want to seek out legal help is because during the appeals process, the law gets a lot more complicated. You will most likely have to appear at a hearing before a judge and hear testimony on how your medical history affects your ability to work.

    You are allowed to get legal help to assist with getting your medical records, testifying at your hearing and filing all the legal documents necessary.

    Get Help with Your Disability Claim Today

    Whether you’re applying or need to appeal, let the Chicago area disability lawyers at Nash Disability Law help you with your case.

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    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.

    - Luisa

    Thank you for all your help with my disability case. I felt very confident after discussing my claim with your attorneys. The representation I had for my court date was wonderful. I know I couldn’t have done all that you did on my own . I am very appreciative for all the hard work, time and care you gave to me!

    - Renee