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Social Security Disability Practice Areas
Filing an SSDI Claim
ALJ Hearings
Appeals Council
Applying for Disability Benefits
Back & Neck Pain / Spinal Injuries
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Denied Social Security Claims
Depression, Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder
Dire Need Cases
Disability Programs Types of Disability Benefits
Disability Terms and Definitions
Expediting Your Hearing
Federal Court Appeals
Fibromyalgia
Initial Determination
Joint Pain / Orthopedic Injuries
Multiple Sclerosis
Reconsideration
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus & Lyme Disease
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits
Social Security Disability Process & Timeline
SSD Benefits for Dependents
SSD When You Are 50 or Older
SSD Widows & Widowers Benefits
SSI Benefits for Children
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
The Appeals Process
The Disability Evaluation Process
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Loveland Social Security Disability Lawyer : SSD When You Are 50 or Older

Regarding SSD When You Are 50 or Older

Social security disability provides income to those who qualify when they are disabled. In general terms, you must have been paying into the system through your payroll taxes for five of the last ten years. In addition, you must have become disabled prior to reaching your full retirement age. A Loveland Social Security disability attorney can answer any questions you have about this and also assist you in the application process. For more detailed information on what defines a disability click here. What the Social Security administration generally regards as a disability is some condition that can be verified which is either physical or mental and is expected to result in death or to last for twelve months or more.

Help in getting Social Security Disability

If you are fifty or older and are suffering some kind of disability, make sure that you have your condition properly documented by your attending physician. Getting approved for SSD can be a lengthy and complex process. All the documentation needs to be organized and prepared in such a way to increase the possibility of success in the first submission. People who do this process on their own often fail to provide enough documentation to support their claim, and as a result, are denied benefits. In fact the Social Security administration disapproves around sixty five percent of applications for SSD. It is best to have an experienced representative to file the application for you and to also assist you in the various steps. The Busch Law Offices have been helping people with the SSD application process for over thirty years and having us to represent you can greatly improve your chances of getting approved and may also speed up the time involved in getting benefits paid.

Contact a Loveland Social Security disability lawyer today who can help you with the SSD application process.