Am I Eligible for Benefits?
South Dakota Social Security Disability Eligibility
If you are no longer able to work due to mental illness, back pain, or any other disability or medical condition, an experienced Social Security Disability benefits attorney can help to determine your eligibility to receive Social Security Disability benefits and provide you with vigorous legal representation.
The Social Security system is complicated and the attorneys at Helsper, McCarty, and Rasmussen Law Firm are experienced Social Security Disability attorneys who can assess your eligibility for benefits. Our legal team can simplify and expedite the process to raise the probability of your success. We can let you know whether you qualify for Social Security Disability insurance income. When you qualify for SSD monthly income benefits you will eventually become eligible for Medicare. Contact us in South Dakota to tell us what your pain is like and learn how we may be of assistance.
Many types of mental impairments and physical conditions or ailments are compensable, including:
- Back/neck pain
- Herniated discs
- Injured knees and shoulders
- Heart conditions
- Asthma/other breathing problems
- Depression, anxiety, and other psychological illnesses
- Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Neurological illnesses and disorders
To qualify for Social Security benefits, you must be totally disabled and have to have been out of work for one year or prove that your disability is likely to last for at least one year. If your disability is partly due to a job-related accident or illness, we will file for both workers' compensation and Social Security.
Our firm provides an atmosphere of support and encouragement to create a better healing environment for you. We fight hard and want to obtain the greatest benefits for you.
Contact An Eastern South Dakota Social Security & Disability Attorney
- Am I eligible for benefits?
- Conditions covered by SSDI
- Why hire a Lawyer?
- Do I have a case?
- Denied Claims
- How we obtain benefits for our clients?
- What happens at the Hearing?
- Coping with a Disability
- Social Security Claims