Qualifying for Federal Disability
The U.S. Government defines disability as the "inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity (work) by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment(s), which can be expected to result in death or which has lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of at least 12 months." The federal disability program offers monetary support to those who are unable to work due to a disability deemed legitimate by the U.S. Government. There are certain requirements that you need to meet in order to receive the compensation you deserve, and it can be difficult to achieve approval without an attorney of Mr. Goldblatt's caliber. You are required to pay a certain percentage of your earned income towards the cost of temporary disability coverage. This percentage tends to change from year to year, and you should discuss it with your attorney.
You also need to have worked a certain number of weeks in a year to file for disability insurance. According to the Labor & Workforce Development Agency, you must work 20 "base weeks" out of a 52 week "base year" in order to qualify for disability insurance. Mr. Goldblatt can help you navigate the different areas of social security disability law so you can focus on a full and complete recovery. There are also specific limitations on your disability benefits that your attorney can help make clear for you.
We Want to Help
Mr. Goldblatt wants to ensure your well-being by firmly establishing your disability insurance rights. When going through the application and appeals process, Mr. Goldblatt can take full control of the case. He is sympathetic to your cause and knows that the SSA can be difficult to deal with. You should be concerned with your health, and you are probably not in a state of mind that is conducive to dealing with the SSA, which is why we want to help.
Our team fully understands the law regarding social security, and can professionally manage the intricacies of applying for and achieving acceptance into the disability program. He can also help you obtain and organize important documents that need to be submitted for approval, such as relevant medical records, birth certificates, and other identification information. Mr. Goldblatt's experience can help expedite the benefits process so you can look forward to establishing a routine again.
Contact Jeffrey W. Goldblatt
You should not have to continue without receiving the benefits you deserve. If you want to get the most out of your disability claim, contact Mr. Goldblatt, and he can make sure you receive the maximum amount of compensation possible.