Macon Social Security Disability Attorney
Determining eligibility for social security can be a difficult process, requiring specific medical information and documents from your doctor – the right information will have a substantial impact on winning your claim. Social security disability is a monthly payment made to disabled individuals who are unable to work.
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Even though the government is required to pay social security disability, it is often difficult to obtain and many do not receive it on their first attempt – this is why you need the social security disability attorneys at Buzzell, Graham & Welsh to work on your behalf.
If you have a disabling medical condition that prevents you from work, whether you are a retiree, disabled person, or a representative for someone, our attorneys can help you file and obtain your disability claim. Filing a claim can be a long process, so it is important that you file it immediately and accurately.
Regular Disability Benefits – this type of benefit depends upon how much you have paid into the social security system via taxes, with benefits starting just 5 months after you have been disabled. The Social Security Administration offers several benefits to those who are forced to disability
- Supplemental Security Income – if you meet the financial requirements of Social Security, you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income; this form of benefits assists those without other sources of income
- Widow/Widowers Disability Benefits – created for the spouse of a deceased person who was insured by Social Security, you are entitled to a percentage of the benefits if you, the widow, is disabled
- Disabled Adult Child Benefits – similar to Widow/Widower Disability Benefits, if an adult child is disabled and unable to work, you are entitled to a percentage of the benefits paid in by the parents
- Blind Benefits – these benefits are available to a person who is legally blind or meets the social security definition of blindness