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Applying for benefits for a work-related injury

On Behalf of | Jun 17, 2016 | Injuries, Social Security Disability

Workplace injuries are unfortunately common. When the injuries are serious, Georgia residents may find themselves unable to do their jobs and may find themselves without the income they need to live their lives. Lost wages can severely impact individuals’ abilities to pay their bills, care for their families, and meet their other financial obligations.

When people find themselves unable to work due to injuries sustained while doing their jobs, they may be able to apply for disability benefits from the government. The Social Security Administration offers injured workers the opportunity to apply for disability benefits to help them maintain their livelihood during their recovery period. The law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh provides Social Security disability benefits legal services to people who are struggling with work-related injuries.

The process of applying for disability benefits can be confusing for individuals who are not familiar with the benefits’ requirements and mandates set forth by the Social Security Administration. As such, our firm addresses the facts and needs of every client as an individual to ensure that the benefits’ applications we help generate are cogent and complete. We also work with individuals who have had their Social Security disability benefits claims denied to help them explore methods of improving their applications so they might have their requests reviewed.

A work-related injury can be devastating to a person on many levels. It may take away their means of earning an income and supporting themselves and their loved ones. Social Security disability benefits for injuries are available to some individuals who confront this very challenging problem. To learn more about how the law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh may be able to help, readers may visit the firm’s website on Social Security disability benefits for work-related injuries.


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