Alabama Disability Attorney How to Qualify for Disability Benefits

If you live anywhere in Shelby County, Jefferson County, Bibb County, Blount County, St. Clair or anywhere in Central Alabama* and you have recently been denied Social Security Disability benefits or SSI benefits, don't give up. Contact an Alabama Disability Lawyer.

In our last few blogs we have detailed the sequential process the Social Security Administration goes through in determining whether you are entitled to Social Security Disability benefits, however, just because the Social Security Administration initially denied your claim for Social Security Disability benefits does not mean that you are not disabled and entitled to benefits. The Social Security Administration simply does not have the resources to contact all of the physicians or counselors who have treated you through the years to ensure that they have all your medical records and they rarely ask the pertinent questions of your treating physicians as to how your condition(s) effect your ability to engage in full time substantial gainful employment. Your best chance at getting awarded Social Security Disability benefits in Alabama is had in appealing the initial rejection, and remember, you only have 60 days in which to appeal your case. If you have been denied disability benefits, don't give up- contact an experienced Alabama Disability Lawyer immediately.

If you have been denied Social Security Disability benefits in Alabama, but you believe that you meet the legal definition of disabled, don't give up. Call Powell and Denny today.

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The Alabama Disability Lawyers at Powell and Denny have successfully represented disabled Alabamians from Birmingham, Bessemer, Fairfield, Hueytown, Vestavia Hills, Pelham, Guntersville, Childersburg, Leeds, Chalkville, Pell City, Montevallo, Centreville Pinson, Tarrant, Jasper, Cordova, Gardendale, Center Point, Albertville, Saginaw and everywhere in between.

Alabama Disability Attorney How to Qualify for Disability Benefits