When Your Disability Keeps You From Working As Before
In most cases, Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are available to people who have paid into Social Security for a number of years and now have been sidelined because of a physical or mental impairment. Proving that you are eligible should not be complicated, but if you try to accomplish this on your own, without legal counsel, you may omit important information or fail to follow the necessary steps. An attorney on your side can make all the difference.
Attorney Walter E. Suttle of Oklahoma can help determine whether you qualify for benefits. If you are eligible, he can advise you before you apply or after your initial application is denied. This is attorney Suttle’s primary area of practice. With more than 20 years of experience, he has seen many previous clients’ cases succeed. He knows the ingredients of an effective application and is ready to share those with you.
Don’t Be Discouraged; Take Action To Pursue Your Rightful SSD Benefits
If your disability has left you unable to continue working as you did for years, you have struggled long enough. It is important not to just give up, but rather, to explore your options with determination. Like other clients of Walter E. Suttle, you will likely experience relief and a renewed sense of hope when you decide to work with him on your SSD application or appeal.
Verifying your work history may take some doing, but Mr. Suttle is ready to guide you through this part of your application or appeal. He is meticulous and thorough in his advice and assistance for workers who cannot continue at their jobs because of disabilities, such as:
- A musculoskeletal, digestive or bleeding disorder
- A visual, hearing, speech or vertigo disorder
- A respiratory disorder or a defect in your cardiovascular system
- Kidney disease, cancer or an endocrine disorder
- A serious skin or neurological disorder
- A congenital disorder that affects multiple systems in your body or an immune disorder
- A mental disorder, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or an anxiety disorder
Proving that you have a disability and can no longer work may be difficult, but rest assured that Mr. Suttle’s years of experience and his focus on this area of the law can work in your favor.
Representing All Age Groups, Especially Older Adults Below Retirement Age
Many of attorney Suttle’s clients are over age 50 but younger than retirement age. He also represents younger clients who qualify for SSD for any reason. Children may qualify if:
- Their parents receive SSD or Social Security (SS) retirement benefits
- Their parents who qualified for SSD have died
In addition, SSD benefits may be available for adults who had been receiving SSD as children and have disabilities of their own.
Request A Free Consultation About Your SSD Application Or Appeal
Initial consultations about SSD applications and appeals are complimentary. You will only owe attorney fees if Mr. Suttle helps you recover SSD benefits.
To schedule a meeting with Mr. Suttle about any aspect of SSD or estate planning, call 800-670-3471 or inquire online.