Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
Iowa Social Security and Disability Lawyer
Helping People Unable to Continue Working Recover Social Security Disability Insurance
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a government program that assists individuals who are unable to continue working. To be eligible for SSDI benefits a person must have a disability or disorder that prevent them from earning a living and have previously accumulated a sufficient number of work credits. Credits are earned when an individual pays social security income taxes, making a contribution to the fund.
Unfortunately, seeking SSDI benefits can be a difficult endeavor to take on alone. If your SSDI claim has been wrongfully denied, the Dowd Law Firm, located in West Des Moines, will work to help you recover the benefits you desperately need. Attorney Brian Dowd spent 10 years working for the Social Security Administration and has significant experienced helping his clients receive favorable outcomes from administrative law judges.
To schedule a free initial consultation, please contact the Dowd Law Firm online or call 888-653-4251.
Common Reasons People are Unable to Continue Working
Some common reasons people are unable to continue working are detailed below:
- Physical disability
- Mental disorder
People who are used to being active and earning a living often struggle when they find themselves unable to work. Social Security Disability Insurance provides those people with some much needed financial stability.
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits for Adult Disabled Children
If the parent of an adult disabled child has retired, become disabled or died, the disabled child may qualify to receive SSDI benefits based upon their parents' wage earners work record. If SSDI benefits are not available, recovering Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits may be an option.
Contact the Dowd Law Firm - Free Initial Consultation
If you have been your SSDI claims denied and you are seeking experienced representation, contact the Dowd Law Firm to schedule a free initial consultation. The West Des Moines office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.