If you are a New Yorker who is seeking Social Security Disability Insurance,
chances are that you have already applied for the insurance payments with
the Social Security Administration. Sadly, not everyone who applies for
disability is granted the insurance right off the bat. Many people have
to appeal their denied application in court in order to convince the Administration
that they are entitled to the money. According to the Worn Out Workers
rule, any claimant that has only marginal education, a work experience
of 35 years, and is not working or is no longer able to do the work he
used because of severe impairments is eligible for SSDI. These people
typically will be considered unable to work and will therefore be able
to obtain Social Security Disability.
Yet there are times that the court will challenge this rule. If you are
seeking SSDI and have not been successful in getting the court to see
things your way as of yet, then you should contact a lawyer at our firm.
We have a 98 percent acceptance on record with initial applications for
Social Security Disability Insurance. What is even more remarkable is
that we have this 98 percent acceptance rate without having to wait for
hearings with law judges which can take up to two years. We are able to
get our clients their SSDI faster with less complication. If you are looking
for an attorney that you can trust to work hard and advocate for you concerning
SSDI, then this is your firm. Contact a lawyer at Katz, Leidman, Freund
& Herman to get more information about how to seek SSDI if you are
a worn-out worker or have a permanent disability which has eliminated
your ability to work!