Am I Disabled?
To be eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits, you must have proof of a medically determined physical or mental impairment that prevents you from engaging in substantial gainful employment. Your disability must have lasted, or be expected to last, for a period of twelve (12) months or more. However, you need not be disabled permanently. So long as you are disabled for a year or more of substantial disability, you may still be entitled to a period of disability benefits.
Regardless of your condition, it is important to have medical records that establish and substantiate your disability. For that reason it is important to contact an attorney to assist you in securing the necessary records and evidence from your doctors to prove that you are disabled.
Dan Jaffe obtains all the necessary medical evidence necessary to prepare his clients' claims. Dan also understands the often complex Social Security laws and regulations, and explains them to his clients so that they know what they have to prove in order to receive Social Security Disability and SSI benefits.
When you need an attorney to handle your Social Security Disability Claim, call Dan Jaffe at 215-546-9500 or send him an email, at email@example.com. He will respond promptly.