Being eligible for Social Security Disability Income, often referred to as SSDI, requires proof of a qualifying disability. The federal statutes define exactly what the term “disability” means.
Topics covered in this whitepaper include:
- The proof of disability required when a claim is initially filed
- Applying for Social Security Disability Income
- What to do if your application is denied
- What to Expect at an Appeals hearing
- Review by the Appeals Council
- The final step is to appeal to the federal court
He is licensed to practice law in the United States District Court for the District of Kansas, eastern Arkansas, western Arkansas, and western Missouri. He was Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Crawford County, Kansas from 1987-1989.
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