Social Security Disability

Slider-image-SocialSecurity (1)Individuals in Oklahoma who have worked hard throughout their lives may suddenly find themselves without a means of financial support when a disabling injury, illness, or medical condition leaves them completely disabled and unable to work. While the Social Security Disability (SSD) insurance program is designed to provide individuals with compensation when they become disabled, the process for obtaining social security benefits is often far from quick or easy. Medical evidence requirements, strict deadlines, and other regulatory requirements often result in individuals being denied disability benefits, even when they are clearly entitled to them.

Fortunately, this is a situation in which the lawyers of the Lobaugh Injury Law Firm can help. We work with clients and their healthcare providers in order to provide the Social Security Administration with the medical records and other evidence necessary to make the correct decision on their claims for SSD benefits.

There are a variety of situations in which a person may be entitled to SSD benefits, including:

Accidents that lead to permanently disabling medical conditions, such as:

  • Paralysis
  • Amputated limbs
  • Blindness or severe vision impairments
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Congestive heart failure and other heart-related conditions
  • Chronic asthma or other conditions that make breathing difficult

Serious diseases, such as:

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Alzheimer’s disease

Mental illness, including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia
If any of these conditions, or another medical condition, renders you disabled and unable to work for a permanent or indefinite period of time, which is expected to exceed one year or more, then you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. This form of monthly compensation, which is administered by the federal government, offers financial support for individuals who have paid into the benefits system by working for a specified period of time, and who later have become disabled and unable to work. With the assistance of the Lobaugh Injury Law Firm, you may be able to get the benefits for which you are qualified.

Challenging the Denial of Social Security Benefits
Applying for SSD benefits requires you to submit detailed information about your work history, day-to-day living, and any medical conditions from which you suffer. Filing a successful disability claim, however, is not always as easy as it might seem. As a result, many individuals who eventually receive disability benefits are denied at first, or even on multiple occasions, before they ultimately receive their benefits. Involving an experienced and knowledgeable disability attorney in your case can be the key to a successful claim. Ensuring that you appeal any denials of benefits in a timely and thorough fashion is crucial to becoming eligible.

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When you are disabled and unable to work due to a medical condition, you need income to help pay for your expenses of daily living, as well as any expenses related to your medical care. You can’t afford to wait for your benefits, especially if you have a family or other dependents to support in Oklahoma. Let the attorneys of the Lobaugh Injury Law Firm assist you with your Social Security Disability benefits claim; we understand the importance of your claim to you and your family, and we know what it takes to bring a successful claim on your behalf.

Call the Lobaugh Injury Law Firm,PLLC AT 405-254-4432 or contact us online.

We offer a free consultation. Our office is conveniently located at 400 NW 13th Street, Suite A, Oklahoma City, OK 73103.

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