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Do You Qualify For Social Security Disability?

Helping South Carolina Families Know Where They Stand

Virtually everyone knows that Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) benefits help some people who are unable to work. However, with so many opinions out there, it can be hard to know whether you or a loved one qualifies for benefits. If you think you or your loved one does qualify, it can help tremendously to have the advice of an attorney with experience in helping disabled people obtain the benefits they need.

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If you need to find out if you qualify for benefits, the law firm of Smith & Griffith, LLP, can provide the advice you need. In general, you can determine whether you can ultimately receive benefits by exploring:

  • Your current medical condition — Social Security offers an extensive list of physical and mental conditions that it considers disabling — that is, that can keep you out of work for a year or more
  • Your work history
  • Your age — in particular, how close you are to retirement age
  • Whether you have received disability benefits in the past

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Every case is different. Talk to an Anderson attorney for Social Security Disability impairments. Contact Smith & Griffith, LLP, to get your questions answered.