Richmond Social Security Disability Insurance Lawyer
Our Virginia Attorneys can Help You Access Your SSDI Benefits
If you or a loved one has recently become disabled or are unable to continue working due to a serious medical condition, it might be time to look into Social Security disability insurance (SSDI). It can be overwhelming when you first begin looking into obtaining Social Security benefits, as the application request a large amount of documentation and evidence.
To simplify this process, you should consider speaking with an attorney who is focused on disability law. At Harbison & Kavanagh, we have over four decades of experience handling various disability and Social Security claims and have obtained a positive outcome for thousands of clients.
- Our team of Richmond Social Security disability lawyers provide assistance in the following areas:
- SSDI applications
- SSDI appeals
- Denied SSDI benefits
What Do Agencies Look for in the SSDI Application?
Prior to applying for SSDI benefits, it is important to note that you need to have previously paid into Social Security in order to qualify. The application for SSDI benefits requires that you provide various documentation and information.
- Some of the required sections on the application include:
- Prior medical history
- Estimated income for the past two years
- Detailed work history for the past 15 years
- Current and previous marital status
- Spousal information
- A list of dependents (children) under your care
- A list of all medications
- Banking information for direct deposits
The actual application on the Social Security Administration (SSA) website provides a much larger list of required information for you to provide.
We Are Here To Help
An incomplete SSDI application can result in your claim being denied, so it is vital that you complete the application to the best of your ability and speak with an attorney to ensure that the application meets the expectations of the SSA. Because of the length and difficulty of the SSDI application process, you may have questions or concerns. Let our team of legal professionals at Harbison & Kavanagh answer your questions and guide you through the process.
Contact our firm at 804.888.8000 for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.