The Social Security Disability Law Office of Frank A. Clark   A Proven Winner.  
   
   
< home
Social Security Disability Prgram
Qualifying for Social Security Disability  
   

Generally speaking, SSD’s medical requirements are more difficult to meet than those of other disability programs, such as workers’ compensation and disabled veterans’ benefits. These other programs pay benefits for partial disabilities. Only people who are "totally disabled" can receive SSD.

To be eligible for SSD, you must prove that you have a medically documented physical or mental health disorder that precludes work for at least 12 consecutive months.

It is not enough to prove that your condition prevents the performance of your usual job—you must prove that your disorder prevents the performance of all jobs that your age, education and past work experience qualify you to perform.

 
   
Qualifying for SSD Ben
 
 
 
Applying for Social Security Disability
Qualifying for SSD Benefits
Proving Disability
The Role of the Lawyer
Legal Fees
 
©2015 Frank A. Clark
Learn more about our rate of success.