If you are disabled and can no longer work, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance from the government. In this video, a financial advisor explains the process involved in filing for Social Security disability benefits.
First, it is important to contact your local branch of the Social Security Administration as soon as possible. You will then be asked to submit forms detailing the nature of your disability and how it has impacted your ability to work. The amount of benefits you receive will relate to your previous income and how much Social Security tax you have contributed throughout your working life.
A Social Security attorney can be particularly helpful if the disability occurred as a result of an injury inflicted by another individual or responsible party. To speak with an experienced Social Security disability lawyer, call Todd M. Berk, Esq. at (215) 687-4432.
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