Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability Insurance Claims

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a government program that provides ongoing financial support to workers whose disability is such that they have been told that they will not be able to work for at least one year. An example of this would be workers who have suffered serious back injuries or work-related heart attacks brought on by stress or hypertension.

Workers who have suffered renal failure, kidney failure, or had a kidney transplant are immediately able to qualify for SSDI and do not have to wait for one year.

Obtaining Social Security Disability retirement benefits can be quite difficult and initial claims filed by injured people are frequently denied. When it's critical that your Social Security claim be approved, it's best to work with a legal professional with a history of successful applications.

At Grady & Riley, LLP, we help our clients with their initial Social Security filing, as well as appeals if their initial claim is rejected. You only have 60 days to appeal your claim denial. We can help. Talk to a Waterbury or Woodbury social security disability lawyer as soon as possible.

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