Links | Newsletter | Blog
    
 
Am I Disabled

In order to qualify for disability, you must have physical or mental problems (or a combination of problems) severe enough to keep you from working in a paying job for at least 12 months. We must prove that not only are you incapable of performing your usual job, but that you cannot perform any other job. In determining whether you can perform any other job, the regulations that Social Security uses vary depending upon your age, education and work experience.

Don't wait until you are out of work 12 months before applying for Social Security Disability. If you are unable to work now and for the foreseeable future, you should apply immediately, since the process can be lengthy and you may lose benefits by waiting too long.
Many claimants become frustrated when their doctors write a letter on their behalf, only to be denied for Social Security Disability. A report that merely states, "The patient is disabled" is insufficient. I obtain the type of report that Social Security needs to approve a claim. That is, an opinion from the treating physician as to the claimant's limitations and the reasons for the limitations.

If you live in the following South Jersey counties, please call for a free consultation: Gloucester County, Camden County, Burlington County, Cumberland County, Salem County, Ocean County, Atlantic County and Cape May County. Call (856) 513-6362.

 

<< Back

Get in Touch
Name

Email Address

Phone Number

Social Security Disability
Tip of the Day

There's a time limit for reporting Social Security earnings and getting credits towards future Social Security benefits. The time period is 3 years, 3 months, and 15 days following the end of the calendar year in which you earn the income.

Learn More
Suze Orman is now a spokesperson for Social Security https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvCKiJdgHng

If you have or know of a school-age child in need of breakfast and lunch this summer, text FOOD to 877877 and receive a message back with the nearest location where they can get free summer meals.

In an effort to reduce the backlog at the South Jersey hearing office, Social Security is bringing in judges from Texas and Louisiana to help with the hearings. I have 19 hearings between now and the end of August.

Address:
   
   4151 Route 42 

  Turnersville, NJ 08012
   Call us: 856-513-6362

   Fax: 856-513-6382

   Email us:
   brackin@njdisabilitylaw.com

 

Directions to Office

 


Home | Attorney Profile | Service | Newsletter | Contact Us | Faq | Links

©Copyright 2005-2017 Law Office of Cathy L. Brackin