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Applying for SSD Benefits in Georgia
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Should you find yourself unable to work, Social Security disability (SSD) is a government program designed to provide you with disability benefits. The process for obtaining these benefits can be exhausting and stressful, however, our legal team at McMahan Law Firm, LLC, is ready to help you file your claim. Our Dalton SSD lawyers have proudly served clients for more than 25 years.
Our decades of experience can increase your chances of a successful outcome. Call us at (706) 956-2395.
Benefits of Working with Our SSD Specialist
When you partner with our legal team, you get the counsel of a Social Security Disability Specialist as designated by the National Board of Social Security Disability Advocacy. This extra certification gives us experience and knowledge that is only available at a few firms in Georgia. With our superb track record and reputation for results, you can count on our team to provide you with the support you need to achieve the best possible results.
When Should You Apply for SSD or SSI?
You should apply for Social Security Disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) as soon as you believe you are disabled and are not working. You are not able to receive any benefits until you have filed your application, and the process can be quite time-consuming. To avoid prolonging financial hardship, file your application under the guidance of our Social Security Disability Specialist.
To qualify for Social Security disability benefits, your impairment or disability must be expected to last for a continuous period of at least 12 months. This does not mean you have to be out of work for 12 months.
When reviewing your application, Social Security Administration may also ask:
- Are you currently working?
- Do you have a severe impairment?
- Do you meet the medical conditions that result in an automatic disability finding?
- Can you perform your former work?
- Can you perform other work?
Our in Dalton Social Security Disability attorneys at McMahan Law Firm, LLC can walk you through each step of the process and prepare you for any potential questions you may face in your unique circumstances. Don’t wait to get our counsel!
Call Now for Results Driven Representation
Applying for SSI or disability benefits is a time-consuming and complicated process. You must provide your work history and medical evidence, attend an initial interview, and be prepared to answer any questions from the Social Security Administration. To increase your chances of having your claim approved or navigate a denied claim, retain the services of a qualified SSD lawyer. We offer flexible hours for appointments!
Schedule a case review today by contacting our firm at our Dalton office.