How do I know if my Condition Qualifies for Disability Benefits?
Over 70% of all Social Security benefit claims are denied on the initial filing, which means it will be necessary to have legal representation to validate the injury supporting the claim of being unable to earn a living due to the condition. This is also very common with claims based on conditions listed in the Blue Book because the SSA only issues total disability rulings and wants to ensure that all medical claims are substantiated. Our Social Security disability attorneys understand this process and what it takes to convince the government the claim is valid.
Unlisted Medical Conditions
Many disability claimants do not have a specifically predetermined approval condition, which means they must provide medical evidence regarding how the condition impedes their ability to work. The rules for disability determination can be different for individuals under 50 years of age and others who have traditionally performed sedentary work. Unlisted medical claims are still valid claims that are evaluated by how the debilitating condition compares to other disabilities. In addition, many claimants also have multiple medical issues that impact each other, so overall health is also a primary factor when claims are finally approved.
Contact MGM Law Social Security Disability Law Firm Louisiana
Anyone in Louisiana who could potentially have a disability claim should contact our Social Security Disability Attorney for a complete free evaluation of their claim potential.
Was your disability claim denied? Contact us for help.
If your Social Security disability claim was denied, the attorneys at Morrow, Gates and Morrow can help you file an appeal. We have extensive experience in dealing with disability claims which can greatly increase your chances of getting your claim approved.