Qualifying Disabilities for Social Security Benefits
The Social Security Administration (SSA) bases a disability determination on a person’s inability to work. If a person is considered totally disabled, not partially disabled or disabled for only a temporary amount of time, Social Security will pay that person monthly benefits in Indiana. A person on short-term disability does not qualify for these benefits because the Social Security Administration assumes that, for a short time period, that person will still have access to other resources to financially support themselves and their families.
At the Hankey Law Office, we understand how overwhelming it may be to sustain a disabling injury or long-term condition and be unsure of how you will provide for your family. Luckily, our Indiana Social Security disability lawyers can actively assist you in correctly filing for disability benefits so that you are able to focus on your health while your family is still provided for.
Qualifying Disabilities for SSDI or SSI
- Cardiovascular system disorders
- Digestive system disorders
- Endocrine system disorders
- Genitourinary impairments
- Hematological disorders
- Immune system disorders
- Impairments that affect multiple body systems
- Malignant neoplastic disease
- Mental disorders
- Musculoskeletal system disorders
- Neurological disorders
- Skin disorders
- Special senses and speech disorders
The Social Security disability lawyers at the Hankey Law Office are committed to our clients’ well-being. If you believe you qualify for SSDI or SSI based on your condition, we are ready to provide diligent assistance in helping you pursue the disability benefits and support you require.
Contact an Indiana Social Security Disability Lawyer
Filing an SSDI or SSI claim can be very difficult due to the complex application process your claim must go through. Fortunately, an Indiana Social Security lawyer can guide you through the filing and appeals processes so your experience is as hassle-free as possible. It can be easy to make a careless mistake when filing for benefits, but the Indiana legal team at the Hankey Law Office can help you avoid this entirely. Contact the Hankey Law Office at (317) 634-8565 to discuss your situation in detail with one of our experienced Social Security lawyers today.