By now, you have probably filed your Social Security Disability claim and have been denied. You have a right to file an appeal for a Request for Reconsideration and upon denial of your Request for Reconsideration, you have a right to file for a hearing before and Administrative Law Judge.
Social Security Disability is based on your employment prior to filing for disability. Additionally, it is based on your inability to work a prior job that you have held over the years or any job in the national economy that you may be qualified to work based on the Social Security guidelines.
A qualified Social Security attorney will need to assist you make your case by obtaining school records, medical records and setting up medical evaluations to assist you with proving you are unable to work.
Social Security may have a vocational expert at a hearing who will testify that you are able to work. You will need someone to assist you against this expert.
If you have filed for Social Security Disability and have been denied, call me today at 706-724-2640.