Getting Started with Your Disability Claim

Here You Will Find Information Needed To Begin Filing Your Claim

Starting the process for Social Security disability benefits can be confusing. The following sections will take you through the process step by step. We’ve designed this page to be the one stop shop for someone thinking about or starting a Social Security disability application. If you have questions or need help, don’t hesitate to call our office to speak to one of our Utah Social Security disability attorneys.

How To File A Claim

Questions about exactly how to fill out the paperwork for a Social Security Disability claim? This page provides a list of all the required documents you will need with step-by-step instructions.

Are You Eligible For SSD?

When applying for SSDI, make sure to educate yourself on the conditions that need to be met in order to qualify, and the process for applying. If your disease is not listed, it may still covered by disability insurance.

What’s The Claims Process?

Once you’ve got your Initial Application filed, what happens next? These blog posts will explain what you can expect from the Social Security Administration from the time you file your Initial Application forward and any other pressing questions you may have.

How To Fill Out A Form?

Once the Initial Application is completed you will be directed to more in-depth forms to complete. Once you’re to this point you will be thoroughly instructed how to successfully fill out the remaining forms and help you understand the role they play in the claims process.

To contact a qualified Utah-based disability attorney or advocate who can help you with your appeal, please fill out a free disability case evaluation today. We have offices in Draper, Bountiful, and Orem to serve you where you live.

How To Win Your SSD Case

To win a disability case you have to show you meet every part of the 5 Step Sequential Evaluation. The 5 Step Sequential Evaluation is a 5 step test used to determine whether or not an individual’s situation complies with the legal definition of disability.

How To Qualify For SSD?

To qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) you need to be age 65 or older, blind, or disabled. This program is designed for people who don’t have sufficient work credits to qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI) and who have limited resources.

  • How much can I get if I win?
  • When do I get the benefits?
  • Medical Coverage

The 10 year award and denial snapshot. The challenge of getting benefits and why you need a Utah Social Security disability attorney from Summit Disability Law Group.