How can I tell if I will be found disabled by the Social Security Administration?

Nov 17, 2010 Comments Off on How can I tell if I will be found disabled by the Social Security Administration? by

Unless your disability is catastrophic (such as terminal cancer, a heart condition so bad that you are on a heart transplant waiting list, etc.), there is no way for you to tell in advance whether you will be found disabled by Social Security. In the end, you should not make the decision of whether to apply for Social Security disability based upon your guess about whether Social Security will find you disabled. You should make the decision about whether to file for Social Security disability based upon you feel. If you feel that you are disabled and will not be able to return to work in the near future, you should file for Social Security disability benefits. If denied, we will discuss your chances of success on appeal.

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The Charles T. Hall Law Firm employs attorneys to represent individuals with Social Security disability claims in North Carolina. Our goals are to serve the needs of our clients in a professional and efficient manner. If you need help in obtaining your Social Security disability benefits, we hope that you will call on us to represent you through the process. We will work with you through the process, every step of the way. Contact us today at 919-791-1883 or fill out a FREE Case Review on our website, and we will get started today!