Indianapolis Social Security Disability Lawyer FAQs
If you are facing a disability which has rendered you unable to work, you probably have hundreds of questions that you need answered. While only an Indianapolis disability lawyer can truly give you the personalized answers that you need, the Hankey Law Office provides responses to the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about disability, disability benefits, and social security below.
Although these resources are not meant to replace individual legal advice, we hope that they will address some of the largest concerns that you and your family are facing. For more information, please call our offices at (317) 634-8565.
- Am I eligible for social security disability benefits?
- Am I eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Can I apply for social security disability benefits on my own? Do I really need a lawyer?
- Can I keep working while I wait for my Social Security benefits to be approved?
- Can I obtain Social Security Disability benefits for fibromyalgia?
- How do I apply for SSI or SSD?
- How do I qualify for Social Security benefits?
- How often are Social Security Disability applications rejected?
- I was diagnosed with a psychological disability, but my claim was rejected. Why?
- If I am injured but am still working, can I still claim social security disability benefits?
- If someone has other benefits, are their Social Security Disability Benefits affected?
- If someone is helping me pay for basic living expenses, can I still file for benefits?
- Is the appeals hearing really that important?
- My Social Security disability claim has been denied. What do I do?
- What disorders qualify for SSI or SSD?
- What is the difference between SSI and SSD?
- What is the waiting period for SSDI benefits?
- What should I expect from the appeals process?
- When will my Social Security disability benefits end?
- Will my Social Security benefits be taxed?