The Social Security Administration (SSA) administers monthly payroll benefits to individuals who have medically determined disabilities that restrict their ability to work. These benefits are issued by the federal government’s insurance program, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
About 10 million disabled workers, and around 1.5 million of their dependents, make up roughly 13% of the people currently on Social Security. Disabled workers make up the second-largest group of Social Security Income (SSI) recipients, second only to retirees. Many people have trouble getting disability benefits, whether due to difficulty completing the application process, one or more denials, or confusion as to where to even begin. Living with a disability is hard enough, and no one should have to suffer without disability insurance if they qualify for these benefits. Unfortunately, though, many people who qualify for SSDI get denied benefits. Applicants in North Myrtle Beach who hire an SSDI lawyer have a better chance of getting approved for benefits.
Axelrod & Associates, P.A., believes in putting the customer first and practicing customer service within our law firm. We aim to make our clients feel important by respecting them and working hard to find the most ideal outcome for every case we take on. We’re committed to dealing with the necessary legal issues so they can get on with their lives.
Axelrod & Associates, P.A., is an established part of the North Myrtle Beach community. We offer flexible hours to accommodate the busy schedules of our clients and treat them as more than just customers; we regard them as friends, neighbors, and guests. Together, our attorneys have more than 100 years of combined legal experience in South Carolina. We have shown outstanding success in cases involving social security disability as well as in the many other areas of law in which we practice.
To qualify for disability benefits, you must meet several requirements. It is important that you understand these requirements, and if you don’t know if you qualify, a disability attorney can: