If you are disabled and unable to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. For answers to your questions about Social Security Disability, contact us to schedule a consultation with an experienced disability attorney.
Attorneys at Chermol & Fishman have years of experience from inside the Social Security Administration to draw upon.
Consultation is free. There are no legal fees to pay until we recover benefits for you. Call our law offices in Philadelphia, at (215) 464-7200 or contact us onlineand we will get in touch with you immediately.
Helping You Obtain The Disability Benefits You Deserve
The attorneys of Chermol & Fishman, LLC, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, have insider experience to put to work for you. If you have become disabled through an injury, disease or other medical condition, please contact us to discuss filing a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim.
Social Security Disability Overview
If you are considering applying for Social Security Disability Benefits, or if you are in the midst of appealing a denial of benefits, it is important to understand the Social Security Administration’s approval process. In addition to meeting the definition of “disabled” and fulfilling the earnings requirements that the Social Security Administration dictates, you must present a convincing and organized claim. An experienced Social Security Disability attorney from Chermol & Fishman, LLC in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, can offer insight and guidance in your pursuit of benefits.
An impairment that qualifies as a disability under Social Security Administration (SSA) guidelines must be quite serious. The impairment must render the applicant unable to perform any substantial gainful activity — that is, the applicant must not be able to earn more than a minimum amount of money, determined each year by the SSA.
The impairment must completely disable the applicant from working. It must be expected to last for a year, have already lasted a year or be expected to cause the applicant’s death. But this is not the end of the qualifying tests.
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