If you’re unable to work because of a disability, there may be financial help available to you. In order to get the monetary payments that you deserve, you have to prove that you qualify to participate in a disability program. The Tampa disability lawyers at Jack Bernstein, Injury Attorneys, can help.
Our experienced attorneys in Tampa represent individuals in claiming compensation through a variety of disability programs. Call (813) 333-6666 today for a free case evaluation.
When you have a disability, you shouldn’t have to jump through hoops to get financial relief. Let our team of Tampa disability attorneys help you with the hurdles involved in exercising your rights and claiming compensation. With 37 years of legal practice, and a dedicated history of assisting working individuals like you, Jack Bernstein and his legal team have the experience and drive to get results. Contact us today for your free consultation.
Our disability attorneys represent people with a wide range of disability needs. We can help you with any of the following services:
The team at Jack Bernstein, Injury Attorneys, is a large group of disability attorneys and other legal professionals in Tampa, FL. We’re serious about helping good people navigate disability systems. We know these programs can be complicated and confusing, but we’re here to put our experience to work for you.
Our disability attorneys can handle all of the following types of claims:
At Jack Bernstein, Injury Attorneys, our legal services are complete and comprehensive. Let us handle all the aspects of your claim, including identifying, building, pursuing and making a strategy for the claim. Anyone facing a disability should have access to the legal help that they need. We’re proud to help people in Tampa and the surrounding areas every day.
SSDI lasts until you no longer have a qualifying disability. When you qualify, claims administrators categorize your case based on your expected medical improvement. If they believe you’re likely to improve, they may schedule the case for review in as little as six months. In cases where medical improvement is not expected, reviews may happen only every seven years. As long as you continue to have a disability, your payments continue until you qualify for Social Security retirement benefits.
You qualify for SSDI if you have a physical or mental impairment that is severe. It must prevent you from working for 12 months or more or be expected to last at least 12 months. Evidence that you may use to qualify for SSDI may include doctor’s records, hospital records, blood work, x-rays, scans, test results and statements from your doctor. You must file an application to qualify for SSDI.
Having an attorney can improve your chances of getting disability benefits in several ways. An attorney can ensure that you identify all of the programs for which you may qualify. They can explain the process so that you can gather records quickly. Also, they determine what you need to present in your claim and help you avoid errors and gaps that can hurt your chances of getting disability.