If you are a disabled parent, you can file a claim for your children simultaneously when filing a claim to receive disability benefits for yourself. To file on behalf of your children, you will need to have a few items to start the application process. For your convenience, we have generated a list to ensure you do not forget anything.
Social Security Numbers- You will need both the child’s and disabled parent’s social security numbers.
Birth Certificate- Do not forget to bring your child’s birth certificate. If you have more than one child, you should bring all of their birth certificates with you.
Banking Information- You will also need to bring your banking information, so it can be deposited into your account directly. This information will include the bank’s routing number and your account number.
For Survivor’s Benefits- This only applies if the disabled parent has passed away. You will need to supply proof of the parent’s death.
If you are filing a claim on behalf of a child with disabled parents and need assistance, you can turn to Richard Sly, Attorney at Law. You can schedule a consultation with Portland disability lawyers by calling our firm at (503) 676-6162 right now.
In many cases, children with disabilities can receive SSI benefits or Social Security. Here at Richard Sly, Attorney at Law, we want to help guide you through the application process and help you understand which benefits your child is eligible for. If your child has a disability before the age of 22, they can receive benefits based on their parents’ earnings. As long as the impairment meets the adult disability classification, they can draw benefits. In some cases, children can start receiving benefits right away. Listed below are some conditions which are considered a disability in children.
- Cerebral Palsy
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Down Syndrome
- Low Birth Weight
- Total Blindness
- Total Deafness
Once a child receives benefits, they can be subjected to reviews, especially if their condition is expected to improve over time. These reports will be conducted every three years to evaluate the current medical state of your child. The conditions listed above are just a few that are eligible for disability benefits. If you have any questions regarding SSI in Portland or want to discuss the other conditions which might qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, you can reach out to us by calling our office at (503) 676-6162 right now.
Are you wondering if you qualify for SSD? Two critical factors go into deciding if you are eligible for Social Security Disability. These factors are your work history and the current medical impairment you are suffering from. Continue reading below to learn more about the two elements and the role each one plays in determining if you qualify for SSD.
Work History- You must be able to provide a relevant work history for a specific duration. Any additional information like educational background can be beneficial to your case.
Medical Impairment-Your medical condition must prevent you from working for an uninterrupted 12-month time frame. Some of these medical conditions might include mental and physical disabilities such as anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, TBIs, spinal cord injuries, joint injuries, and more.
If you are searching for a disability lawyer in Longview, WA, you can turn to Richard Sly, Attorney at Law for legal assistance with the application, filing, and appeal process. A disability lawyer can help you get everything in order before submitting an application. If you would like additional information, you can schedule a time to discuss your specific circumstances with Mr. Sly by calling our law firm at (503) 676-6162 right now.
Many physical disabilities qualify for social security disability benefits, but there are also mental disabilities that can qualify as well. The list includes everything from mental disorders to neurodevelopmental disorders. Below we have compiled a list of three mental disorders that could potentially qualify.
Bipolar/Depressive Disorders- With the uncontrollable ups and downs, it can be impossible to provide for yourself. Some common causes could be biological, environmental, psychological or a combination of all three.
Schizophrenia/Psychotic Disorders– Those who have Schizophrenia tend to hallucinate and have delusions, which can hinder their capability of having a job and providing for themselves.
Neurodevelopmental Disorders- People who have a neurodevelopmental disorder might not be able to communicate due to brain dysfunction, thus rendering them unable to provide proper care for themselves.
There are additional mental conditions not listed above, which is why it is important to include all of your disabilities physical and mental, when applying for disability benefits. If your family member or loved one meets one of these criteria, you can trust Richard Sly, Attorney at Law, to assist you with social security disability in Oregon. If you have questions about other mental disabilities, you can give Mr. Sly a call at (503) 676-6162 right now.
In our previous post, we discussed some physical disabilities that qualify for disability benefits. We could not cover all of the disabilities because the list is very long. In this post, we will include three additional disabilities below.
Heart Disease/Cardiovascular Conditions- When it comes to your heart, you should not mess around. Cardiovascular conditions can limit your work abilities, so that is why it is on this list.
Traumatic Brain Injury-(Commonly known as TBI) A traumatic brain injury can affect someone’s ability to work and to care for themselves. If you or someone you know has suffered a TBI, you should contact our office right away.
Respiratory Disease- If you have trouble breathing, it can hinder your ability to work and complete daily activities.
When it comes to your health or your loved one’s health, you should not risk it. We understand the stress of not being able to provide for yourself, so we are here to help you. Cardiovascular conditions, TBIs, and respiratory diseases are just a couple more physical disabilities that could potentially qualify for social security disability benefits. If you are interested in the full list, you can call Portland disability lawyers in our law firm at (503) 676-6162 right now.
The list of physical disabilities that can qualify one for social security disability benefits is almost endless. However, your condition must prevent you from working. If you have been injured or infected with a disease, you may also qualify for benefits, if you are unable to resume daily activities for a minimum years’ time. Here at the offices of Richard Sly, Attorney at Law, we want to help you understand which physical and mental disabilities could potentially qualify for benefits. Keep reading to learn more about examples of disorders that can be “disabling”.
Back, Neck, or Spinal Cord- Whether this condition is temporary or permanent, you could receive benefits due to a back, neck, or spinal cord injury. If you are suffering from one of these injuries, you should call us.
Multiple Sclerosis- This condition is also known as MS. Common symptoms of this progressive disease include severe fatigue, numbness, and speech impairment.
Fibromyalgia- This condition causes severe pain all over the body making it very difficult to continue working. The slightest touch can be very painful.
Remember every case is different and there is not a guarantee you will receive benefits. You can depend on us to be your disability lawyer in Longview, WA and help you with the filing process. Reach out to our law firm by calling us at (503) 676-6162 to schedule a consultation with Mr. Sly or if you have additional questions about which physical disabilities qualify for disability benefits.
Are you wondering if you or a family member qualifies for SSI in Portland? Let us provide you with detailed information about the qualifications and application process. Supplemental Security Income is intended to help those who have little or no income and are disabled because they may not be able to support themselves. At Richard Sly, Attorney at Law, we want to help people in need achieve financial assistance, so we listed out the qualifications for SSI benefits.
Disabled- To qualify, you must be disabled. SSI covers a range of disabilities including blindness, musculoskeletal conditions, neurological disorders, immune disorders, and more. If you are unsure if a disability qualifies, you can reach out to us for clarification.
Limited Income- For one individual, their countable assets must be below $2,000 and for a married couple, it must be under $3,000. If you need help calculating the assets for a loved one or yourself, we can help you determine if it meets the maximum amount.
If you or a loved one meets the criteria listed above, you should contact Richard Sly, Attorney at Law to start the application process. Give us a call at (503) 676-6162 to schedule a consultation to discuss the benefits of SSI and how it will affect your current situation.
Have you recently applied for disability and were denied? This does not have to be the end of the line because we want to help you take the next steps. When you are denied, there are three steps you can take to apply for disability again.
Discover the Reason You Were Denied- When you are denied, it does not mean you will never receive benefits. It just means you will not receive them right now. Once you find out why you were denied, then you can fix it and continue to the next step.
Hire Disability Lawyer- When you have a disability lawyer on your side, your chances of being approved automatically increase. A lawyer has in-depth knowledge of the process and how to develop a disability case.
Request an Appeal- Once you have a lawyer in your corner and adjust your application, it is time to submit an appeal.
You can trust Richard Sly to be your disability lawyer in Longview, WA or Portland, OR. Give us a call at (503) 676-6162 and schedule a time for a disability consultation. During this meeting, you can discuss the previous application and your condition with Mr. Sly so that he can understand your current situation.
Welcome to our blog! We wanted to tell you a little more about our law firm and how we can assist you in your time of need. Since 1974, Mr. Sly has been advocating on our clients’ behalf for a variety of matters including supplemental security income, social security disability, dependents with disabilities, and so much more. Not only have we assisted with over 7,000 claims since we opened our doors, but we offer each client personalized attention and legal advice. We believe in being supportive to our clients through their difficult situation. By understanding each personal circumstance, we can tailor our approach to yield the best results for each client. You should choose an attorney who is going to put your needs first.
Whether you need assistance with applying for a disability or appealing a denied claim, you can depend on Mr. Sly to be your guy. If you are currently searching for disability lawyers in Portland, look no further than Richard Sly, Attorney at Law for legal assistance. We look forward to representing your case and helping you and your family through a difficult period. To schedule a private consultation, call our firm at (503) 676-6162 right now.