Generally, in order to receive an award of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits the Social Security Act requires proof of one or more physical or mental impairments that have prevented you or will prevent you from engaging in "substantial gainful activity" for a continuous period of at least 12 months or can be expected to result in death. The period of disability must have begun while you were insured for SSDI. However, there are extensive and complex regulations, rules, and federal court case decisions that complicate the disability process.
Consult with us if your SSDI claim is denied. There is no charge for an initial discussion and evaluation of your claim, and if we represent you before the Social Security Administration, we will charge and receive a fee only if your claim results in an award of past-due benefits.
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