The law office of S.K. Johnson assists with federal claims for disability benefits under the social security act
Disability Claims Under Title II and XVI
To qualify for benefits you must have a significant disability that prevents you from engaging in any form of employment. When a claim is considered by the examiners you must show the following things:
- That you have not had substantially gainful employment for over 6 months (and for an ongoing claim you must not be working at that time).
- You have an injury that is significant.
- The court will then determine if your disability
- Meets the listings for an impairment,
- What if any Residual Functional Capacity your impairment leaves you with.
- If a person with your capacity can return to prior relevant work or work in the general market.
Call the Law Office of S.K. Johnson and speak with a professional and disability claims lawyer!