Many people struggle with physical or mental impairments for years and somehow keep on working. For others, one incident creates a medical condition that changes their life forever. In any case, if you have been a hard working individual and find yourself unable to continue working, you are probably entitled to disability from one of the Social Security Administration (SSA) plans. Unfortunately, as a disability Specialist attests, the SSA disability process is a complex one in which over 60 percent of initial applications are denied. If you have one of the following, you may be entitled to disability benefits:
The two plans the SSA administers for those disabled are Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSD is for people who have earned enough work credits to qualify. SSI requires no work history but instead is designed for elderly and disabled individuals with limited income and resources. Baywide Disability serves clients with both types of claims.
Many of the claimants that are initially denied benefits are in fact disabled. Although some denials are for legitimate reasons, in a large percentage of cases, the claim was not submitted in manner that the SSA looks for in determining disability. For example, disability has a precise legal definition for SSA purposes, and the supporting medical evidence must be concise and incontrovertible. Baywide Disability has developed a unique approach to maximize a claimant’s chances of approval.
Establishing a solid claim with the initial application is most advantageous to the client because it allows for the earliest possible receipt of benefits. Nonetheless, Baywide Disability will accept a case at any level including initial application, reconsideration, the Administrative Hearing or the Appeals Council.
The staff at Baywide Disability understands how much of an impact disability has not only on the claimant but on their family as well. We will aggressively represent your interests, encourage your interaction and keep you informed at every stage of the process.
If you or a loved one can no longer work due to a medical condition, call Baywide Disability at 888-366-8936.