Detroit Social Security Lawyers
Long-term worker disability is a larger problem than many people realize. In fact, young workers have a 30 percent chance of becoming disabled before they reach the age of retirement. Social Security is a government-funded program that pays benefits to people who cannot work because of long-term disabling medical conditions. Social Security essentially provides a living wage for those who are unable to work for at least one year or those who are no longer able to work due to medical problems.
Sadly, many people run in to complications when applying for or attempting to receive their social security benefits. If you or a loved one needs help securing your social security benefits, contact the Detroit social security lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C. by calling (866) 644-6587 for legal advice.
Qualifying for Social Security
If you had been employed for a certain period of time before you became injured or ill, you may qualify for social security. The federal government has created certain requirements that must be met to qualify for disability, and state agencies make the final decision as to who actually may receive benefits. State agencies use a range of factors in making their decision, including:
- The type of medical condition in question
- When the condition began
- How the condition limits activities
- Medical test results
- Types of treatment received
After collecting this information, a state agency will alert an applicant of their decision. Unfortunately, even those who may need assistance for their disabilities may find themselves unable to qualify for Social Security benefits.
If you or a loved one has had difficulty receiving Social Security disability benefits, the Detroit social security lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C. may be able to help. To learn more, contact our offices today at (866) 644-6587 to speak with a qualified lawyer.