Get Help from a South Carolina Social Security Disability Attorney
In 2011, the SSA gave Americans more than $130 billion in Social Security disability (SSD) payments. You could be qualified to receive some of these funds. When you call a South Carolina Social Security disability lawyer at George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers, we can help you find out whether or not you are eligible.
If an injury or illness prevents you from working, you should find out whether or not you can receive Social Security disability. These payments could help you and your family get through a tough time. Our lawyers have helped many men and women throughout South Carolina send their information to the SSA. We can help walk you through the process of applying for Social Security disability benefits.
You can either submit your application form online through the official SSA website, or you can request a hard copy (paper) form at your nearest Social Security office. Both application methods require collecting a number of important documents and proving that you meet all the requirements for Social Security disability. In order to receive SSD, you must meet a number of requirements – such as correctly completing all the right forms – and keep ongoing contact with the Social Security Administration.
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You could be eligible for Social Security disability benefits, so don’t miss out! Call George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers today to talk to a South Carolina SSD lawyer who can help you. Our attorneys know how to file your claim fast and how to avoid many of the common mistakes that people make on their application forms – mistakes that could make the difference between acceptance and denial.
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