Qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits
The Social Security Administration takes a hard line in deciding what constitutes a disability. For example, diabetes, heart disease or even cancer do not automatically qualify. You must meet specific criteria or otherwise prove that your condition prevents you from working full-time on a sustained basis.
Convincing the Social Security Administration to award disability benefits can be a frustrating and intimidating process. Greg Jones Law has helped hundreds of clients meet the definition of disability for both physical and mental impairments.