Overview

According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), the average 20 year old in the U.S. has a one-in-four chance of becoming disabled before reaching retirement age. This means that 25% of that age group may become eligible for Social Security (SS) disability benefits should they become unable to work due to their injuries.

The intricacies of the process is complicated. When applying for SS disability benefits, you must undergo an application and review process. The trouble for some disability benefits applicants is that their claim for benefits may be denied. Your eligibility for SSDI is based on your medical limitations and the amount of time worked before you became disabled. For SSI eligibility, it is based on both your medical limitations and also your income and assets. Some claimants can qualify for both of these programs, and we can help guide you through this often difficult and confusing process.

The applications and procedures for claiming Social Security Disability benefits can be confusing and feel overwhelming.. This is where the knowledgeable attorneys at Lowman Law Firm can help. Our team of experienced disability benefits attorneys are well versed in applications and appeals processes. We can help you to recover the compensation that you may rightfully be owed.