If you have suffered from a serious injury as a result of an accident or work-related injury, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI. In order to qualify, you must prove that your injury is serious enough that you are unable to maintain gainful employment for at least a year, or that your condition is so serious that it is expected to end in death.

This may not be easy, especially considering that you are disabled. You likely are working hard in therapy trying to rehabilitate. You are also out of work, so you are likely suffering from a financial void from not collecting any income.

It may not be easy for you to reach out to your medical team of doctors to obtain the necessary documentation such as a medical history, prescriptions and reports such as MRI’s, CAT-scans or other scans.

We have stated before that SSDI benefits for accident injuries are not expected to cover all the medical expenses and rehabilitation costs you may incur. They may, however, be used to provide some financial relief while you are out of work.

Here at The Law Offices of Sheryl Gandel Mazur, our focus is on you. We understand what it’s like to suffer through a debilitating condition. Whether you have a serious injury, illness or mental condition that prohibits you from working, we are here to help. Our firm offers free initial consultations. Together we can discuss your situation and learn how to best help you. We have offices in both West Caldwell, New Jersey and Absecon, New Jersey, serving clients throughout the state. We will look over your situation and determine whether you would likely qualify.

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