Comprehending how Social Security Disability works can be a frustrating ordeal. Did you know that only about 35% of initial applicants and only 10% of reconsideration applicants are approved? However, if you get representation through a legal service you can more than double your chances at winning your claim. At Alpina Legal, our goal is simple. We want to help you navigate through this challenging process and receive the benefits you deserve. Our highly qualified Utah SSDI Attorney is ready and able to walk you through each and every step of the journey.
How do I qualify?
In order to qualify for benefits, you will be required to prove that you have a disability. Usually, you will need to provide medical records that show you have either a mental or a physical condition that restricts your ability to work. Our SSDI Attorney will go through your medical records with you and help you to understand what illnesses qualify you and how to show that you have these illnesses. Some of the qualifying conditions include, but are not limited to : fibromyalgia, asthma, migraine headaches, Bipolar disorder, depression, and/or anxiety. Also, if you have chronic pain, such as back problems or arthritis, these can be qualifiers as well. Heart problems, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and vision problems can also qualify you.
Why Alpina Legal?
At Alpina Legal, our SSDI Attorney is committed to the hard work and attention to detail required to get you your benefits. He will engage you in a thorough conversation to ensure that he leaves no stone unturned as he looks at your case. Since our Utah SSDI Attorney knows the ins and outs of the Utah laws so well, your best interests are served by putting yourself into his capable hands. Our Utah SSDI attorney is very familiar with the local administrators, judges, and court system. Because of this, even if your case has been overturned in the past, we can usually find a way to get reconsideration for you.
Why wait any longer? Call Alpina Legal today and stop stressing about your financial situation. The first consultation with our Utah SSDI Attorney is free!