Can I Get SSD And Other Types Of Benefits?
Not being able to support yourself or your family due to an injury or illness is understandably scary and frustrating at the same time. The SSD application process can be very tedious as most applications are denied initially. This is why having an experienced and caring attorney handle these matters for you can be so beneficial to your situation. Our compassionate and skilled attorneys can also explain your options and the various types of benefits available. These benefits can include: veterans benefits, unemployment benefits and long-term disability benefits.
Helping People Across The Nation Get Benefits
At Midwest Disability, you will be comforted in knowing that our attorneys can handle your SSD claim for you at any stage of the application process. We pride ourselves on our extensive experience and focus on SSD claims and benefits. Our lawyers have more than 50 years of combined experience in all types of SSD claims. Whether you are interested in veterans benefits, workers’ compensation, SSDI, unemployment or long-term disability, we can help you.
You may be able to collect workers’ compensation benefits at the same time you are collecting social security benefits.
Visit Midwest Disability Work Comp, P.A. to find out how much your workers’ compensation case is worth. Free case review, and no office visit required.
Individuals who have served in the military are eligible to receive veterans benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This requires an application process through the individual’s local VA office. An experienced lawyer can help you get through what is often a complex administration process in order to get the veterans benefits that you deserve. We refer out veterans benefit claims.
Many clients come to us concerned that if they receive unemployment benefits, they are barred from applying for SSD benefits. This is not true. A skilled attorney can help make the best argument for why you may be unable to work but are willing to explore all avenues to supplement your current needs, including employment. We refer out unemployment benefit claims.
Read our articles about SSD and unemployment benefits to learn more:
- Can I get both unemployment and Social Security Disability Benefits?
- Can I get SSD disability benefits after my unemployment benefits are exhausted?
Long-Term Disability Claims
Long-term disability can help those individuals who are unable to work due to a prolonged injury or illness. This is rather difficult area of SSD. Fortunately, our skilled attorneys have particular experience in seeking LTD benefits.
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If you have already been denied disability benefits, don’t give up. Our Social Security Disability attorneys can help.