Social Security Disability Lawyer

Getting Social Security Disability benefits from the Social Security Administration can be a long and arduous process. Submitting the forms, medical reports and supporting documentation can seem endless. A Social Security attorney can help you understand the process so that you can submit your application or appeal your denial of benefits.

Often in Social Security Disability cases, having a disability lawyer can mean the difference between getting benefits and not getting benefits. In fact, statistics show that if you have to appeal a benefits denial, your appeal has a greater chance for success if you are represented by a Social Security disability attorney.

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Credits are calculated based on your total yearly wages or self-employment income, and claimants can earn up to four credits each year.

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Are There Social Security Disability Benefits for Self Employed

You can qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) if you are self-employed, but you must pay enough self-employment taxes.

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