Paid through two programs, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), benefits are made available to people who are unable to work because of a lasting medical condition.
Approval for Social Security benefits comes from the Social Security Administration which places strict requirements on applicants. To receive benefits, you must prove you are unable to perform any job duties due to a medical problem that lasts at least one year or can result in death.
This program does not pay for people who are disabled partially or for a short time. If you’re unable to work and have applied for social security disability benefits only to be denied by the SSA, call the legal professional at Drew L. Johnson Attorney at Law.
We’ll look over your case and explain the steps we’ll take to earn a reconsideration. Rely on our Social Security disability attorney to be with you throughout the entire process. Get an initial consultation on your case by calling Drew L. Johnson Attorney at Law in Eugene today.