Arkansas Disability Lawyers
Experienced Social Security Disability Attorneys Serving Saline County
Many people cannot imagine they would ever suffer an accident that would cause a disability. But studies have shown that, due to issues like workplace mismanagement and ineptitude, more than 30% of all working Americans are at risk of sustaining some form of disability that lasts for at least ninety days or more.
Here at the Skelton & Stevens Legal Group, our Arkansas disability attorneys are keenly aware of this pervasive issue. Every year, countless hardworking Americans lose their ability to work because of a sudden impairment, crippling disease, or complications in an existing disability. On top of the physical challenges, these Americans must deal with the arduous process of getting benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance. Medical bills are an enormous source of financial stress in the United States, which is why our legal team is committed to helping clients obtain the support they need as soon as possible.
How to Be Eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD)
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a critical form of aid that was specifically designed to support American citizens who have lost the ability to work on account of a disability.
Under SSDI, you will receive an amount based on how much you made (on average) through your job before you became disabled. Depending on the payments you receive from other sources, your disability benefits may be increased or reduced. Our skilled attorneys can help you establish a successful case by providing evidence that persuasively demonstrates your critical need for insurance.
When Will You Receive SSDI Payments?
Unfortunately, both the application process and the waiting period after you submit your evidence can be incredibly time-consuming. Moreover, the process of receiving these payments is quite complicated, depending on your date of birth. This is why getting support from qualified legal professionals is critical.
You will likely obtain your benefit:
- On the second Wednesday of each month if your birthday occurs between the 1st and the 10th days of a month
- On the third Wednesday of each month if your birthday occurs between the 11th and the 20th days of a month
- On the fourth Wednesday of each month if your birthday occurs between the 21st and the 31st days of a month