SSDI Eligibility Lawyers Working For You

Most disabled Americans who have worked in the past 10 years have paid into the SSDI system.

Factors determining your Social Security Disability Insurance Link to Social Security Disability Overview (SSDI) benefit eligibility include:

  • A medical condition(s) that conforms to disability definitions
  • Prospective length of disability (lasted or expected to last one year or expected to result in death)
  • Age at the time of your disability
  • Number of work "credits" or years of work experience (five years/20 quarters of last 10)
  • Ability to perform the same work or another kind of work

If you have a significant disability for which you could be receiving Social Security Disability benefits , but are unsure about whether you qualify, the attorneys at Dobbs Law want to speak with you about your eligibility and initiating a claim.

How Do You Know If You Are Eligible For SSDI Benefits?

With more than 20 years of experience behind us, we excel in knowing Social Security guidelines, requirements and qualifications. There is no one fixed set of qualifications, rather many aspects of evaluation and judgment are applied by the Social Security Administration, its experts and the administrative law judges (ALJs) in determining case outcomes.

Our Social Security attorneys know the kind of evidence you need to prove SSDI eligibility. We know the people with whom we will be negotiating on your behalf. We know the health professionals who can support your case. We know how to move your case through the process from start to finish quickly.

Stop Dealing With Roadblocks On Your Own — Contact Us

Understandably, you may feel like you are hitting your head against the wall trying everything possible to secure SSDI benefits. We understand how you feel because we have extensive experience representing clients in similar situations. Contact our attorneys at Dobbs Law for a seasoned approach. Call us today at 888-366-8134. Starting with a free initial consultation, we will walk you through the process to maximize your potential of securing SSDI benefits.