Winter is here and during these upcoming months, throughout the tri-state area, including Newark, New Jersey, comes wintry conditions including snow, sleet and ice. Although it may take us a storm or two to acclimate to the new weather, New Jersey residents have long grown accustomed to winter and all that it brings, including the possibility of accidents caused by the wintry conditions.
Slip and falls are not uncommon in winter, especially with streets and sidewalks often covered in ice. Although most slip and fall accidents result in embarrassment and maybe a bruised ego, there is always the possibility of a severe injury, including neck, spine or traumatic brain injury resulting from a fall. These injuries can leave New Jersey residents unable to work for an extended period of time as a result.
At our law firm, we do our best to help our clients through the potential rigors of applying for Social Security Disability benefits. We strive to help our clients through every step of the way, whether it is seeing if your condition qualifies for disability benefits, gathering the relevant information to apply, going through the application process and if you have already been denied, the appeals process.
It is not uncommon for serious spine, neck or brain injuries to require extensive medical expenses, rehabilitation or even long-term care. If you are already suffering from a severe injury, you may need help going through the application process for SSD benefits. To maximize your chance of success, it may be in your best interest to get more information about the Social Security Disability application process.
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