The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that one in five people will become disabled in their lifetime.

Disability is where some policies pay benefits only if one is unable to perform the duties of their normal occupation, while others will pay only if one cannot work in any job at all.  Becoming disabled can have a devastating impact on your financial situation by stripping you of your ability to make a living.

Your disability compensation is based on some of the following most common factors:

If you have any questions about disability law or need help or representation for your disability claim, please give our disability law firm a call. We are attorneys focusing in disability law, and we’re the disability attorneys who can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Disability FAQs

Who decides whether I am disabled?

Once you file a claim, your case is sent to the Disability Determination Service. If the claim is denied, you can request reconsideration and the case is sent to a different disability examiner for review.