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Individuals who are unable to work because of an injury can sometimes be overwhelmed with a number of questions. How will families be taken care of? How will the usual bills be paid not to mention any medical expenses from the injury? For many who have been disabled from a work injury, assistance for themselves and their families can come in the form of social security disability benefits. Navigating this system can be difficult, however.


There are several different steps that must be taken in order to successfully obtain benefits. You must be able to prove you are not working or are making less than a particular dollar amount. The disability must also be of a certain severity and will limit your employment for more than one year. These points, along with several others, can sometimes be difficult to properly document and gather if one is doing the legwork alone.

Experienced legal counsel can sometimes be the difference between collecting payments and having repeated denials. Wood & Carlton PC is a law firm with the experience to handle many types of social security disability claims. Our attorneys have more than 70 years of combined experience.

If you are seeking a social security disability claim, searching for and securing experienced legal assistance can help smooth out the process and lessen the stress involved. For those with legitimate issues keeping them from working and supporting their families, facing the benefit process can seem daunting, but proper guidance can help one navigate the system and hopefully attain the benefits they need.

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