Dayton Social Security Disability Attorneys

You Can Get Help Reaching Financial Stability

If you could get a helping hand paying your bills when you can’t work anymore because of severe health problems, you know you’d be so much better off. You could have less stress and more energy for things that really matter in life.

Social Security Disability benefits could be your path forward. They come with monthly checks to steady your financial situation. It would make a world of difference to you and your family.

But something’s standing in your way. The Social Security Administration (SSA) denies benefits to most applicants. People get denied because they didn’t fill out an application just right or provide enough supporting evidence.

If you get the Dayton, Ohio, disability lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal (HNB) backing you up, you can make sure your claim is done right, improve your chances of getting approved, and open a new, more hopeful chapter in your life.

The HNB disability law firm has helped thousands of Ohioans secure millions in benefits.

In Dayton, just remember: “Helping me, that’s HNB.”

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    How Dayton Residents Can Prove Your Disability to the SSA

    When you apply for benefits, you need to show the following to the SSA:

    • You have a major medical condition
    • Your condition is so severe that it prevents you from working or switching to another line of work
    • You’re going to be out of work because of your condition, or you have already been out of work, for at least a year

    You will also need to provide proof, because the SSA won’t just take your word for it. This proof includes:

    • Records of medical visits
    • Medical test results
    • A list of your prescriptions
    • Reports from your doctors
    • Testimony from people who are familiar with your condition

    The proof could vary depending on what physical or mental health condition you have. The SSA maintains a list of impairments detailing what you need to show for many different conditions.

    But even if your diagnosis isn’t on the list, disability lawyers at HNB have strategies for showing how your individual symptoms are severe enough to keep you off work.

    Want to learn more about applying? You can get a free evaluation when you contact HNB’s Dayton Social Security Disability attorneys.

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    How HNB Helps You with Your Social Security Disability Application in Dayton

    The Dayton disability lawyers at HNB can evaluate your case and let you know exactly what you need to apply. They can assist you with:

    • Understanding how the process works
    • Filling out all of the complex forms
    • Gathering proof of your condition
    • Collecting statements from people who know about your condition
    • Documenting your education and work history
    • Making sure you meet all the necessary deadlines

    If you get denied—or you’ve already been denied—HNB disability lawyers can also help you appeal the denial.

    They can help you correct gaps in your application, find additional proof of the debilitating nature your condition, and if needed argue your case for benefits in a hearing before a Social Security Disability administrative law judge (ALJ).

    A U.S. Government Accountability Office report showed that if you have a representative with you at your hearing, you are almost three times more likely to win benefits.

    When it comes to your financial well-being, you can’t take any chances. You need experienced, professional help now to get the benefits that you deserve.

    The Dayton Social Security Disability attorneys at HNB are here, and always on a mission to help everyday, hard-working Ohioans.

    Get in touch with our Dayton disability law firm ASAP.

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