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Indianapolis Social Security Disability Lawyer

Your standard of living should never be compromised because you are no longer able to work due to a disability. Social Security Disability is an insurance system designed to help with financial hardships throughout life—not just after retirement.

No matter your age, if you are unable to work due to an illness, or injury, you may be eligible for Indiana Social Security Disability benefits. Don’t go on living without the help you need—get Stewart. An Indiana Social Security Disability lawyer from Stewart & Stewart Attorneys is equipped to handle any SSD claim and get the compensation you are owed.

According to the Social Security Administration, every year more than 60 percent of all Social Security Disability applicants are initially denied. Whether this is your first claim or past claims of yours have been denied, the social security disability lawyers from Stewart & Stewart law firm can guarantee that your claim will get the attention it needs. Our Indiana Social Security Disability attorneys refuse to allow a family in need to go without the Indiana Social Security Disability benefits they deserve, contact us now.

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Qualifications for Indiana Social Security Disability benefits

The government has set the standard that two criteria must be met before a person can receive Social Security Disability.

The two criteria include:

  1. the amount of time you have worked
  2. the nature and severity of your disability

The Social Security Administration defines “disability” by the following terms:

  • You are unable do work that you did before
  • you cannot adjust to other work because of your medical conditions
  • your disability has lasted or is expected to last for at least one year or result in death

Other qualifiers that may keep you from working, and therefore justify your eligibility for Indiana Social Security Disability benefits include:

  • breathing problems
  • blindness or deafness
  • cancer
  • chronic heart disease
  • extreme psoriasis involving hands and feet
  • HIV positive
  • immune system disorders
  • mental disorders
  • multiple sclerosis
  • neurological disorders
  • obesity
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • seizures despite the use of medication
  • other severe medical conditions

The process for filing an Indiana Social Security Disability appeal can be frustrating and time consuming. Contact the offices of Stewart & Stewart, so an Indiana injury lawyer can eliminate all your worries and financial strain.

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