Social Security and Disability

Oftentimes, when you suffer from personal injuries, you are unable to work.

In addition to damages for lost wages that might be obtained in a personal injury lawsuit, you may also be entitled to receive Social Security Disability (SSD).

Suffering from a debilitating personal injury is enough of a tribulation without having to go through administrative red tape in order to get SSD.

The process can be complicated, and, due to your injury, you may not be in a position where you are physically able to take care of it.

Look no further than The Rosenblum Law Firm. We will help make sure that you have done everything necessary in order to receive SSD.

What Do I Need to Show in Order to Get SSD?

Before you will be entitled to receive Social Security Disability, you will have to prove to the Social Security Administration that you are eligible for it by meeting their requirements and criteria.

In order to receive Social Security Disability if you were injured you must be able to show that:

  • You suffered a serious personal injury
  • Your personal injury is on a list of impairments that they recognize
  • You are not currently working (due to suffering from that personal injury)
  • You are unable to return to work (due to suffering from that personal injury)
  • You are unable to perform past relevant work or other types of work (due to suffering from that personal injury)

If you can meet all of these preliminary hurdles, then you will be able to petition the Social Security Administration in order to receive SSD.

How Do I Get SSD?

If you meet those initial requirements, you will have the ability to petition the Administration in order to receive SSD.

Here at The Rosenblum Law Firm, we can help you fill out all of the necessary forms, supply the Administration with your supplemental documentation, and provide you with the representation that you need in order to hear back favorably.

Who Should You Contact?

If you suffered from a personal injury and cannot go back to work due to it, contact Adam H. Rosenblum of The Rosenblum Law Firm. He is a licensed attorney in both New Jersey and New York and has a great deal of experience handling Social Security Disability matters. He will fight to make sure that you receive the compensation that you truly deserve. E-mail or call him today at 973-594-6552.