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The Social Security Administration (SSA) reports that in 2014, approximately 8.8 million disabled individuals will receive a total of $10.3 billion in monthly benefits, with the average award amounting to $1,146 every month. If you are living with a serious injury or illness, you may be a good candidate. But how does the SSA evaluate disability claims, and what should you do if you are denied? We’ve assembled this Social Security Info Center to help guide you through the application system.
If you would like to schedule a private legal consultation with a disability benefits attorney, call the Law Practice of Ken Kieklak at (479) 251-7767, or contact us online today. Claims can take months to be processed by the SSA, so don’t delay: let’s get started exploring your options together.
If you’d like to learn more about how to qualify, you can also browse through our legal resources.
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