What Can I Do to Approve My Chances?


The most important thing that you can do to improve your chances of being found disabled, is to see a doctor regularly.  Great discretion  is given to a doctor's statement or opinion in the medical records if you have seen that doctor for several months or longer and if the doctor specializes in the area of medicine that correlates to your injury or conditions.  For example, it is better to have the opinion and records of an orthopedic doctor if you suffer from a spinal condition than it would be if you only had the opinion and records with a general practitioner.  However, sometimes the only doctor you can afford to see is a general practitioner.   We can work with a general practitioner's records, but it is very difficult to win your case if you have no recent medical records from a doctor or hospital.

 

 Does the Nation Law Firm Help File the Application for

Social Security Benefits?


Yes, call us and we help you file your initial application. If you have already been denied, call us as soon as possible as you usually only have 60 days from the date you were denied to request an appeal or hearing.


What Conditions, Illnesses, or Injuries Would Make Me Eligible for

Social Security Disability Benefits?


You May Be Eligible For Benefits If You Suffer From Any Of The Following Conditions: Amputation, Arthritis, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Back Pain, Bulging Disc, Herniated Disc, Degenerative Disc Disease, Failed Back Surgery, Nerve Pain, Sciatic Nerve, Pain,Incontinence , Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Cancer, Hepatitis, Liver Disorders, Kidney Disorders, Fatigue, Migraine Headaches, Seizures, Stroke, Heart Failure, Heart Disease, Angina Pain, Shortness of Breath, COPD, Chronic Asthma, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder, 

PLUS SEVERAL MORE CONDITIONS



James "Lee" Nation, Social Security Disability Lawyer

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING THE DISABILITY PROCESS

 How Much Would You Charge to Represent Me?


Nothing up front.  Also, we do not collect an attorney's fee unless you are found disabled. There is no reason to wait, call us now at (256) 684-4444 for help receiving your Social Security disability benefits. 




​​ How Long Does It Take to Get A Hearing?


​It depends on your location. Different hearing offices have different wait times.   If you are denied initially, you may have a wait time of several months before a hearing is scheduled.  This number is frequently

changing for our region so please call me and I will give

you the current average wait for a hearing. 



 

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  What Types of Social Security Disability Programs Do I Qualify For?


There are two different types of disability program.  There is the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program that helps those who may not have much of a work history or haven't worked in several years.  You may qualify for this program if have less than $2000 in assets as a single person or $3000 as a married person but not counting your house, one vehicle, or any belongings in their house.  Those found disabled through the  Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program also get Medicaid benefits. 


The second program is the Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB) program.  This program helps those that have worked and have paid their Social Security taxes.  Those found disabled all get Medicare benefits in most cases within a few months of being found disabled.    It is possible to be eligible under both programs. 




HELP WITH YOUR INITIAL APPLICATION.  HELP WITH YOUR APPEAL.  HELP WITH YOUR HEARING. HELP WITH YOUR LIFE.