Social Security Disability Benefits Attorney in Arkansas
Are you currently unable to work?
Most of us do not begin our working lives thinking that we will someday
become disabled and no longer able to work. If that day comes, there are
many intelligent questions that individuals have regarding benefits. Social
Security pays benefits to disabled workers through the
Social Security disability program or SSD. At The Law Office of Mike Angel, the first question I look into
is whether you are
eligible for SSD. Once your eligibility is established, your claim must be properly
prepared and filed.
Many claims are disapproved when they are first submitted. A skilled
Arkansas social security disability benefits lawyer can, however, greatly improve your chances of getting your claim approved.
If your claim is initially
denied, I know the
appeals process and how to successfully navigate through it towards the goal of getting
the benefits you are allowed per the law.
Facts Regarding SSD
Here are some basic facts to know regarding SSD. Payments commonly start
with your sixth month of disability. You will receive information from
Social Security telling you when your payments begin and the amount of
the payments. The amount you receive depends upon you average lifetime
earnings and what you paid into the system. SSD payments are made on a
monthly basis. It is relieving to know that certain family members may
qualify for SSD payments due to the work that you did. I can inform you
as to who may be qualified and what benefits that can receive.
It is also important to know that your SSD may be affected by other government
benefits you are receiving. Vital details such as receiving your benefits
through direct deposit or through the mail, paying taxes on your benefits,
what happens when you reach retirement age and others can all be addressed
and answered to your satisfaction. As a member of the National Organization
of Social Security Claimants, I am here to fully answer all your questions
and help you through the process of obtaining the benefits you deserve.
If you are no longer able to work due to a physical or mental condition, contact a Social Security Disability Benefits Attorney in Arkansas
for immediate assistance.