Accident injury can render one unable to work until rehabilitated

| Feb 23, 2017 | Social Security Disability Benefits for Injuries |

When it rains, it pours. Those that have suffered accident injury may well understand the truth behind this saying. When a person suffers an unexpected accident injury, it can send your life into a tailspin. First, the immediate medical care and the costs associated with it. Then the lost hours or wages at work. Finally, the rehabilitation time can compound these two factors.

In short, an accident injury affects just about every part of your life. Personal issues, likhealth and wellness can be affected, as can professional duties like a person’s career or job. Whether or not a person suffered an injury in a car accident, work accident or other type of accident, it could render one unable to work in the long-term (longer than 1 year) while the injured person rehabilitates. For this condition, in which an injured individual has an inability to work, SSDI benefits for injury could be sought and attained.

At the Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, we know the stresses an unexpected injury can put on a person and their family. Such an injury could put a family into a financial crisis, especially if the injured person is rendered unable to work due to his or her injury. Rehabilitation can be attained, however sometimes this process takes an extended period of time. While out of work the injured person could apply for SSDI benefits for injury.

These benefits are available to people in situations in which an injury prevents them from returning to work. Lost wages, due to an inability to work, can make it difficult for families to make ends meet. Not to mention, to pay for the medical care one needs after suffering accident injury. There are ways for accident victims to receive injury benefits if unable to work.