Updated: Sep 2, 2022
What are the requirements? How do you go about getting disability benefits?
The answer to these questions depends on the type of disability benefits a person is looking to apply for. For example, veterans can apply for disability based on an injury they sustained that is 'service-connected'. An employee can apply for workers' compensation benefits that acts like a temporary disability benefit, based on injuries sustained at work. For those who are disabled and unable to work full-time or even part-time, the best option could be to file for Social Security Disability. Each of these has its own unique legal requirements and processes to apply and qualify for, disability payments.
How do I apply for disability payments?
If you think you qualify for disability benefits, the best thing to do is speak with a lawyer about your case. During a free consultation, a lawyer at the Quinn Law Group can tell you what type of disability compensation you should apply for and if you meet the requirements. This conversation can save you a lot of time and hassle because it will help you to narrow down what you should apply for and the next steps.
If you decide to work with Quinn, we will take care of the paperwork so you don't have to. It's that simple.
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Keep in mind that this blog is for informational purposes only and not legal advice. For that, you need to speak with an attorney. Fortunately, the Quinn Law Group offers free consultations.