How Can I Prove I am Disabled?

If you are applying for Social Security benefits, one item you must prove is that you are actually disabled.

Among other things, you must prove:

  1. You are not performing substantial work.
  2. You have what the Social Security Administration considers a “severe medical condition,” and your impairment has lasted, or is expected to last, for at least 12 months or end in death.
  3. You are unable to do even the easiest job you have had in the past 15 years, and given your limitations, age, education, and work history, there is no other work you can do.

Proving these can be made easier by hiring a professional, experienced Social Security attorney, like Russell Keener of The Keener Law Firm. Call today for your free case evaluation and remember No Win, No Fee! 770-955-3000 or www.KeenerLaw.com