Long Term Disability Benefits
Social Security Benefits for Your Long-Term Injuries
Long term disability can help cover a portion of the salary that you would have been able to earn had you not become injured or disabled from working. This benefits package will usually begin after a short term disability policy runs out. To be considered eligible for these benefits, a doctor or medical professional must clarify that you are completely and honestly disabled and unable to perform any amount of work. The length of time that you will be receiving long term disability depends on the age you are at and the delayed onset of the disability itself.
The average length of time that a person may spend away from their work because of a long term disability is usually no less than two and a half years after becoming disabled. Common long term disabilities include neck and back disorders, painful foot and ankle or joint complications and mental disorders. Cancer can also be considered a long term disability, as the treatment time can sometimes exceed two years. By working with an Orlando Social Security Disability attorney, you can ensure that long term disability will be available to pick up where your short term disability has left off. Our firm can help fight for your benefits and defend your rights.
Get Help From an Orlando Social Security Disability Attorney
Two and a half years is a long time to go without a steady income, especially if you were the sole source of money for your household and family. In order for you to receive the money that you deserve, you need to work with an experienced and aggressive attorney. At the Law Offices of Joseph J. Mancuso, PA, we work hard to help you reach a favorable outcome so you can move forward with your life. Almost every claim gets
denied, which is why it is imperative that you work with our firm to help you make
appeals. You deserve outstanding legal guidance and our firm can help.
Call today to speak with an Orlando Social Security Disability lawyer.