What is Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability is a program that allows people unable to work to receive payments in order to supplement income. There are two different methods of Social Security Disability that operate differently and go to different recipients. Supplemental Security Income is for people who meet certain financial criteria and comes from money not drawn from Social Security tax. Social Security Disability Insurance, on the other hand, is funded through Social Security taxes and is given to those who have worked long enough. Both methods require that you meet medical criteria to qualify and are administered by the Social Security Administration.

Disability Law

How an Anoka Social Security Disability Attorney Can Help

It’s not a secret: those who are applying for Social Security Disability may well be going through a hard period in their life. Getting the benefits you deserve shouldn’t have to be another hardship. At Hoglund Law’s Cincinnati Office, we are determined to ensure that when you file you can do so confidently.

Harnessing over 175 years of combined experience serving over 30,000 clients, our Social Security Disability lawyers fight so that you don’t have to. The Social Security Administration, which oversees the approval process, has very specific criteria that it looks for—factors that might be unknown to those who haven’t faced them again and again. As a group that is well acquainted with the SSA and their innerworkings, we can identify those factors that make you an ideal candidate and highlight them so that you receive that much needed income.

Who Qualifies for Social Security Disability

There are two ways to qualify. The most popular method of doing so is showing that you are unable to do substantial gainful activity—basically that you are unable to work due to a debilitating condition.
The other is by matching the exact medical criteria that the Social Security Administration has published beneath a listed condition. While the condition must be severe to meet the SSA’s standards, this method immediately qualifies individuals and includes such conditions as anxiety, heart failure, cancer, kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and epilepsy.

For a fuller list of conditions listed in the SSA’s blue book, click here.

Why Are People Denied Social Security Disability

There are many reasons that someone may be denied Social Security benefits. Ranging from things that naturally disqualify someone from receiving benefits to simple mistakes that can be rectified in further appeal, the process of receiving benefits often involves at least an initial denial.

It is important to note certain habits or factors that will immediately signify to the SSA that you should not receive benefits. Such factors include the use of drugs and alcohol, participation in fraud, obtainment of condition through conviction, and the refusal to cooperate. If you are ever unsure whether a factor is getting in the way of you receiving benefits, we encourage you to come in for a free case evaluation, during which you can find out what a Hoglund Law Attorney can do for you.

Have You Been Denied SSDI / SSI?

It is all too common that those applying for Social Security Disability are denied and then give up even though they should have been approved. You would think that, if someone was really supposed to receive benefits, they would have been approved in the first place, however the truth is a little more complicated than that. With such an overwhelming case load facing the Social Security Administration, it has no choice but to deny applicants whose claim isn’t detailed enough and occasionally misses important game-changing factors in an applicant’s file.
What does that mean for you?

It’s possible that you have fallen victim to such a mistake. Luckily, we’re here to help. A qualified Hoglund Law Social Security Disability lawyer is waiting to give you a free case evaluation—providing you with valuable insight into what might have gotten that initial no and how to turn it into a yes. But our office doesn’t just provide this service, we also are willing to continue the fight for you by helping you appeal and representing you throughout the process of getting your benefits.

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How to apply for Social Security Benefits in Anoka

How to Apply for Social Security Disability in Cincinnati
There are three ways in which you can apply for Social Security Disability: over the phone, online, or in-person. To apply in person, you need to visit your local Social Security Disability office—which, for those living in Cincinnati, is located at 550 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202.

To apply you will need to gather relevant information that will assist the Social Security Administration in determining whether you qualify for benefits. An employment history ranging back fifteen years is required to allow the SSA to easily determine whether you are still capable of working in the jobs you’ve already had, while your medical information—including a full account of the clinics, doctors, and hospitals you’ve visited as well as any prescription medication you’ve taken in pursuit of treating your condition—will give the SSA a fuller picture of how your condition affects you.

Your Local Social Security Office

Cincinnati Social Security Office

Address: 550 Main St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202

550 Main St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Social Security Office Hours

Monday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am – 12:00pm
Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Closed on Federal Holidays.

About Cincinnati, OH

The Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds and FC Cincinnati sports team are all located in the city of Cincinnati, and with a population nearing 300,000, it’s no surprise. What else can you do there? Residents benefit from the Cincinnati zoo, Coney Island, American Classical Music Hall of fame as well as a myriad of shops and restaurants. So, if you’re looking to watch a ball game or learn about the violin’s role in classic music, Cincinnati might be the place to go.