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Greenville Social Security Disability Lawyer

Pursuing a Social Security Disability/SSI claim can be confusing and frustrating. At the Armstrong Law Firm in Greenville, South Carolina, we have represented clients with Social Security Disability (SSDI/SSI) claims for over 40 years. We have strong, firsthand knowledge of Social Security laws and rules. We know how those laws and rules are applied in real cases, just like yours, and we use our knowledge to help you make the right decisions to get the disability benefits you need and deserve.

What Is Required for a Successful Disability Claim?

A person who claims Social Security Disability/SSI must prove that he or she is disabled. But who is "disabled"? The Social Security Administration says that a person is disabled if he or she has a physical or mental condition or a combination of impairments that keeps him or her from working at some kind of employment that brings in more than $740 amount per month. If you are making a claim, this is what you must be able to prove.

It sounds easy, but that definition is actually quite a difficult one to meet. For example:

  • You will be considered disabled only if you are unable to do any work, not just that you are unable to do your usual job.
  • You must have solid medical evidence that proves your physical or mental condition.
  • Your physical or mental condition, or a combination of your impairments, must be the main reason you are unable to work.
  • It is expected that your condition will either last for at least 12 months or will result in death.

Talk to a Lawyer About Your Social Security Disability Claim

At the Armstrong Law Firm, we know how to prepare a case thoroughly and how to present it effectively to give you the best chance at a successful hearing. Contact us by calling 864-241-0633 if you think you might have a claim for Social Security Disability/SSI.

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