Social Security Disability
What qualifies for a disability?
To qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you must have contributed to the system through your employment and your medical condition must meet the definition imposed by the Social Security Administration (SSA). If your condition is included in the SSA’s listing of impairments, you meet the definition. However, you may still qualify if your condition is not listed.
Established in 1972, Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. helps disabled clients recover vital compensation. We review your case and determine whether you are eligible for total disability payments. If you are not eligible for SSD, we may still be able to help you obtain benefits through other programs.
How a knowledgeable disability lawyer can help you
Our Social Security Disability lawyers perform a detailed assessment of your condition to establish your eligibility for SSD benefits. To start, we ask:
- Does your condition interfere with work-related activities?
- Is your condition included in SSA’s listing of impairments?
- If your condition is not found on the listing of impairments, are you no longer able to perform the work you did previously because of your condition?
- Are you unable to adjust to other types of work because of your age, education, work history and transferrable skills?
To organize an effective claim, our Social Security Disability benefits attorneys thoroughly document each requirement to prove that your condition qualifies.
Consult experienced lawyers who handle claims for SSD and SSI disability
To learn more about your rights to benefits if you have a disability, call the Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana disability law firm of Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. at 513-721-1200 or toll-free at 800-721-1678, or contact us online to schedule your free initial telephone consultation.
We represent clients throughout Hamilton, Butler, Warren and Clermont counties. We also represent clients located across the river in Covington and Newport, Kentucky and across the border in Lawrenceburg, Indiana and in cities along the Interstate 75 and Interstate 71 corridors — including Lexington, Louisville, Florence, Dayton, Monroe, Middletown and Wilmington.