What is Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability (SSD) gives aid to those who suffer from a long lasting disabling medical condition. There are two different ways to receive benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA). The first is through Social Security Disability Insurance or SSDI. This gives benefits to people who qualify that have worked for five out of the past ten years and have contributed to the Social Security System through taxes. The second is Supplemental Security Income or SSI, which is reserved for people that meet a low-income requirement.

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How a Hamilton Social Security Disability Attorney Can Help

During the Social Security Disability application process, the applicant is asked to gather a lot of information. The paperwork can seem endless and it’s difficult to know what the SSA needs from the applicant in order to have a strong claim.

Experienced Social Security Disability attorneys can guide you to a stronger claim with ease. At Hoglund Law, we offer experienced attorneys that can get you the results you deserve. Through a free case evaluation, you can find how you qualify and how you can make your file stronger. Call Hoglund Law today.

Who Qualifies for Social Security Disability

There are two ways to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. The first is to prove through supporting evidence that you cannot perform substantial gainful activity. The second, and more uncommon way, is to meet the specific severe medical conditions listed by the Social Security Administration.

Some of the medical conditions stated by the SSA are musculoskeletal conditions, cancer, heart failure, epilepsy, immune system disorders, and malignant neoplastic disorders. This is not the full list, but it can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding how you can qualify or if you qualify, reach out to Hoglund Law to set up a free case evaluation.

Why Are People Denied Social Security Disability

There are many different reasons people get denials. Sometimes it’s because the applicant didn’t include all the necessary information in their file. Other times, it’s because they are not cooperating with the Social Security Administration’s guidelines. For example, some breaches of the guidelines would be consistent drug and alcohol use, participating in fraud, or a condition lasting less than a year. Knowing how the SSA will evaluate your file can be very helpful. Call Hoglund Law to set your mind at ease with a free case evaluation.

Have You Been Denied SSDI / SSI?

The Social Security Administration follows strict guidelines to make sure they are giving aid to the people who need it most. Therefore, denials can happen often. The SSA does give applicants another option after a denial; applicants can request an appeal if they feel as though their file didn’t contain all the information it should have.

Social Security Disability attorneys can help strengthen your file while waiting for an appeal. The more supporting evidence that’s added to your file, the better chances you’ll have at receiving benefits. During the hearing, an attorney is a very important asset to have because they have been trained to provide arguments, cross-examine witnesses, and disprove false assumptions in a legal manner. They can proficiently show the judge why you should get benefits through a legal standing.

Social Security Disability attorneys can help you understand what the best move would be for your case after a denial and help you immensely during the hearing. Reach out to Hoglund Law to set up a free case evaluation and talk with an attorney today.

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How to apply for Social Security Benefits in Hamilton

You can apply over the phone, online, or in person at your nearest Social Security Administration office, which is located at 6553 Winford Ave, Hamilton, OH 45011. Wherever you apply, make sure you give yourself at least 25 minutes to an hour and a half. Also, be sure to bring with you all of the required information for your file. This includes contact information for all doctors and hospitals related to your condition, contact information for all the employers you’ve had in the last 15 years, and a list of prescription medication related to your condition.

Bringing all this information gives the Social Security Administration a way to better evaluate your file. The more relevant your supporting evidence in your file, the better chance you’ll have at receiving aid. To know more about the process and how the SSA will evaluate your case, contact Hoglund Law to set up a free case evaluation with an attorney.

Your Local Social Security Office

Hamilton Social Security Office

Address: 6553 Winford Ave
Hamilton, OH 45011

6553 Winford Ave
Hamilton, OH 45011


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 Hamilton, OH

Hamilton, Ohio, home to 62,447 people, is an up and coming town. New additions are being added every day, from local restaurants to music venues to parks. Hamilton is also a great place to raise a family because of its safe neighborhoods and good school district. The city is full of community. The people of Hamilton care about their city and it shows.