Then we recommend that you begin the process as soon as possible. You can file your claim online, over the phone, or by visiting the CROSBY LAW OFFICE.
According to the guidelines of the Social Security Administration, you can qualify for SSD or SSI if you have a physical or mental condition or combination of conditions that prevents you from participating in any"Substantial Gainful Activity" ( working 6-8 hours a day, 5 days a week ), and the condition is anticipated to last for 12 months or more or end in death.
Conditions to Qualify for SSD or SSI
You can qualify for SSD or SSI under the following conditions:
The combination of conditions that prevents you from doing any kind of "substantial gainful activity"
The condition has been anticipated to last for 12 months or more or end in death
Let Us Fight for Your Social Security Benefits
An initial denial is not the end of the road for your SSD or SSI claims. You have 60 days to appeal your claim after the initial denial. You are entitled to a hearing before a judge. The Crosby Law Office has over 50 years of legal experience representing Social Security claimants. Allow one of our attorneys to represent you. We will work hard for you to get your financial and medical benefits.
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