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On Behalf of | Aug 16, 2018 | Firm News, Social Security Disability

Individuals in Colorado and elsewhere do a lot the plan for the future. Because the unexpected can happen, it is often best to be prepared for it. However, no matter how much a person prepares for the future and the unexpected, this does not prepare a person to deal with a shocking incident, like a serious accident or severe illness. Living with a disabling injury or illness can turn a person’s life upside down. It can cause a once working person to be unemployed, as it is impossible to work. The financial hardships can set it, causing disabled individuals to seek out assistance.

The Social Security disability program was designed to help those living with disabilities. The SSA understands how challenging it can be for those living with a debilitating injury or illness; therefore, they began initiated programs to help these individuals. While this is a very beneficial for the disabled, the application process can be overwhelming. Knowing that many applicants are initially denied can deter some, but this should not stop a person from seeking these often-necessary benefits.

At Weddell & Haller, P.C., our attorneys understand the application process, and we are dedicated to helping those in the Colorado Springs area prove eligibility. The SSA has a strict definition of disability; however, our attorneys understand what information, documentation and evidence is needed to prove eligibility. Even when a client is denied benefits, our law firm is ready to help file for reconsideration and appeal. We seek to meet the needs of our clients and will work hard to accomplish this.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s Social Security disability website. No matter the cause or reason for disability, it is important to understand if you are eligible for these benefits, and if so, what steps are required to prove this.

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