Understanding Social Security Disability Benefits
Answers from Our Reno Social Security Disability Attorney
Social security disability benefits are available to any United States citizen who suffers from a
serious, long-term disability. In order to qualify for these special benefits,
a disabled individual must display an inability to perform work functions
that were once considered to be routine. Additionally, the individual
must demonstrate the inability to adapt to another work position due to
their disability. Finally, the disability must be expected to last a minimum
of 12 months, or be a condition that will inevitably result in death.
Determining the level of social security disability benefits to be paid
is first dependent on eligibility and then on the average lifetime earnings
of the disabled person covered by social security. Benefits may be paid
to you or your family in the event of your death, and will vary according
to the beneficiaries' age or relationship to you.
Social security disability benefits are critical for many individuals and
families who need financial assistance in the face of an unforeseen, prolonged
injury, especially when the victim is responsible for supporting the family
financially. If you are in need of applying for these benefits—and
believe that you qualify for them—our professionals are ready to
Call our experienced Reno Social Security Disability lawyer or representative
at (888) 401-3920 today. We're ready to hear from you.
Aggressively Protecting Your Rights
Qualifying for social security disability benefits requires strict adherence
to the rules and regulations set forth by the Social Security Administration. The
social security disability process itself can be complicated, and the failure to closely follow the guidelines
can result in long delays or even
denied SSD benefits.
A practiced representative with Disability Action Advocates will provide
you with the guidance you need to get the benefits you deserve. From start
to finish, our dedicated staff can make sure your file is completed and
accurate, and that you receive the quality support and representation
that can protect you in the event of a denied claim.
We can start with a case evaluation. Reach out to our offices today to request one.