Social Security Disability

If you have been disabled for 12 months or expect to be disabled for 12 months, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability. To be eligible, you generally must have worked for five (5) out of the last ten (10) years before you were disabled, and you must demonstrate that you are disabled under the Social Security definition of “disability”. That means you must prove that you have a physical or mental impairment (or some combination of impairments) severe enough to prevent you from performing not only your regular work, but any work for which you might be capable of performing, considering your age, education and former work experience.

Lemire, Johnson & Higgins will:

 

 

      
  • Evaluate your claim.
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  • Help you in completing the required form for filing your claim.
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  • Guide you through the initial Application process.
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  • Assist Social Security in gathering important information about your case.
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  • Obtain medical reports about your impairment and inability to work.
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  • Attend hearings and present evidence to the Administrative Law Judge.
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  • If necessary, appeal your case to the Appeals Council.

 

Contact Lemire, Johnson & Higgins to schedule a free case evaluation with an experienced attorney to review your Social Security claim.