Application Process

Social Security Disability/ Supplemental Security Income (SSDI/SSI)

The SSDI/SSI application process can be long, difficult, and confusing one. Don’t risk having your application for Social Security Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) denied. Contact the Social Security Disability Lawyers at Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLP. Our experienced lawyers have won benefits for thousands of clients from throughout the country. We’d like to do the same for you.

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Applying for Social Security Disability benefits requires extensive information about you, your injury or illness, your medical records, and your work history. The more accurate and specific you can be in your application, the greater the chance it will be approved. To know what the SSA wants and how to present it is difficult. However, our lawyers are highly trained and experienced in the process, which will benefit you.

  • Medical history: The Social Security Administration will want the names, addresses, phone numbers, and dates of service for all the doctors, hospitals, and clinics you’ve seen for your injury or illness. At Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLP, we provide the forms that pertain particularly to you for your physician to complete. We will work with your medical providers to ensure they provide all your medical records and other information.
  • Work history: Your application must include a complete work history that describes all the kinds of jobs you’ve held over the past fifteen years. The examiners will want to know if your injury or illness prevents you from doing the type of work you’ve previously done.
  • Personal/educational history: Your age at the onset of the disability and your level of education may both have a bearing on whether you will be considered disabled. The Social Security Administration recognizes that people over age fifty years of age and people with a high school education or less have more difficulty with retraining and finding new employment.

You can apply for SSDI or SSI in person at a Social Security office, by telephone, mail, or over the Internet. It takes at least three to five months before you are notified of whether or not your application has been successful. To make your SSDI/SSI application process go as quickly and smoothly as possible, contact the Social Security Disability lawyers at Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLP, for high-quality legal advice. Call 1-877-527-5529.