When people do not see eye to eye on an issue, it can take some time and effort to convince the other person to change their mind. It helps in these efforts to have the supporting opinions of other individuals on one's side, as well as objective facts that back up the person's claim.
In some respects, the process of applying for Social Security disability benefits is similar. Georgia residents who file disability claims have to prove that they are eligible for benefits, and this can take some time and effort to demonstrate.
Recently, this blog has discussed how important it is to have solid medical evidence substantiating a person's claim for disability benefits. By providing the right kind of medical evidence, such as evidence from the proper physicians, psychologists or other professionals, individuals can drastically improve their odds of having their claim approved.
Of course, having the evidence itself is just one piece of the puzzle. Beyond simply meeting the minimum federal requirements for eligibility, individuals also need to know how to make a compelling case for benefits, particularly when they are trying to appeal a denied claim.
Our firm has helped numerous clients obtain disability benefits over the years. We can work with our clients to obtain medical and other evidence that is needed to support our client's claim, and we can then advocate strongly for our clients to get the benefits they deserve. For more information on our firm's services, please visit our webpage on SSDI benefits for injuries.