Strong Advocates For SSD Eligibility

The Social Security disability (SSD) system is supposed to be there for you if you can't work anymore because of a medical condition.

But there are all sorts of hoops to jump through first. Without an experienced attorney at your side, you can easily lose your way among all the forms and documents.

At Thiry & Caddell, in Mobile, we have a well-earned reputation for helping people through the SSD application process effectively. Give us a call today to arrange a time to discuss your specific situation in detail with one of our knowledge lawyers.

What Do You Have To Show To Be Eligible For SSD Benefits?

In general, SSD eligibility involves showing that you've been unable to work for a year or more due to a disabling condition.

To get benefits, you must have paid enough into the system over the years to qualify.

You'll also need to provide evidence of a medical condition that meets the definitions used by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Keep in mind that "medical condition" doesn't only refer to physical disabilities or diseases like cancer. It also refers to mental conditions, such as schizophrenia, depression or anxiety-related disorders.

How We Help You Through The Process

Our lawyers have a strong track record of helping clients build strong applications for disability benefits. The key is our knowledge of the process.

We use that knowledge to guide you through the necessary details.

Navigating the SSD system can be a tricky deal, however. It is not uncommon to have an initial claim denied, perhaps because the SSA says there isn't enough documentation. If that happens, we can assert your right to appeal a denial of SSD benefits.

Taking Effective Action

We encourage you to get in touch today to get the help you need. Call our office or complete the online form for focused, responsive service.