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Social Security Disability

Federal Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is intended to provide financial assistance to people who cannot work due to a disabling injury or illness.

Applying for SSDI can be challenging because you bear the burden of proving your disability, but at Lee Law Offices, P.A., you can work with a Social Security lawyer to get through the entire process and receive the support you need.

How Does It Work?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) uses a five-step process to evaluate any claim. They will ask:

  1. Was the claimant working during the disability period?
  2. Has the claimant suffered severe impairment?
  3. Does the impairment meet the requirements of a listed impairment?
  4. Can the worker return to past work or perform relevant work?
  5. Will the worker be able to find other work in the national economy?

Contact us today to set up a free consultation with a Social Security benefits attorney. Our only goal is to make sure you can maximize your benefits and get the necessary support during difficult times.

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