Failing to receive necessary medical care is a major mistake that is often made by disability claimants. Thorough medical records that show you obtained treatment on a consistent basis help to prove the validity of your disability claim with your Phoenix Social Security disability law firm.
If you have been denied benefits in the past and are now seeking benefits, you must inform your Phoenix Social Security disability lawyer. In order to build a winning case, the reasons you were denied benefits previously may come in handy. Not only that, but your attorney may be able to get you more benefits […]
The duration requirement shows the Social Security decision makers that your impairment has lasted for a sustained period of 12 months. One exception to this time period is if your impairments are expected to lead to death. A Phoenix Social Security lawyer would help you understand the details of meeting this requirement. Qualifying for a […]
If you suffer a long-term disability you may be entitled to a variety of different benefits under the law. Benefits may be available through workers’ compensation, a private insurance company or social security disability. To obtain and maximize your benefits, it is important to work with a lawyer who is familiar with each of these […]
When you experience an injury or develop a medical condition that prevents you from working on a long-term basis, you may be eligible to receive long-term disability benefits. In Arizona long-term disability benefits can be obtained through a private disability policy if you purchased one for yourself. In Arizona-long term disability benefits may also be […]
If you are suffering from serious medical problems you may well be prevented from working. Various laws and insurance programs have been created to provide a level of protection for people unable to do their jobs because of serious medical issues. Unfortunately, not everyone is aware of their rights to these different disability benefits. To […]
Social security disability Arizona benefits are provided to help those who suffer from a long-term medical condition that is severe enough that the individual cannot work on a full time basis and is not doing a job that is considered to be “substantial gainful activity.” The Social Security Administration (“SSA”) oversees the social security disability […]