If you are unable to work due to a chronic illness, physical disability, or mental handicap, you may qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. These benefits are regulated by the federal government and are essential for individuals who had previously been employed, yet are unable to work due to a disability.
One of the complications that may arise when applying for your Social Security Disability benefits is that you are left waiting for several months to receive your initial benefits, or that you are denied benefits due to a clerical error. At Harbison & Kavanagh, our Richmond Social Security disability lawyers have the knowledge and tenacity necessary to help this process and ensure that your claim is handled properly.
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Williamsburg, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and the surrounding areas.
There are two primary qualifications necessary to obtain SSD benefits in the state of Virginia.
Benefits can be granted on a temporary or permanent basis depending on the nature of the disability. While disability benefits are typically tied to one’s average lifetime earnings, for younger individuals benefits can also be calculated based upon their parents’ income.
It’s important that you get the benefits you deserve so that you can support yourself or your family. Obtaining legal representation early can help maximize your potential for a positive outcome. To ensure that your claim is handled with the outmost care, you need an attorney with a proven track record handing disability claims. At Harbison & Kavanagh, our attorneys have decades of experience helping people obtain the SSD benefits they deserve and can represent your interest.
Please contact us at 804.823.2050 to schedule your free consultation today!