San Diego Lawyer For Disabled Widow Or Widower Benefits

If you have not worked in your adult life, but your deceased spouse did, you may be able to receive Social Security Disability Insurance benefits based on your spouse's earnings record and work history. If your application was denied, you should have an attorney who dedicates all of her time to helping disabled people get the benefits they need. I am Jennifer Zorrilla, and my practice focuses solely on helping people defeat SSDI claim denials because I know how crucial those benefits are. From my law firm in San Diego, California, I provide knowledgeable, dedicated and personal service to all my clients. You will always know where your case stands.

San Diego Lawyer Fighting For SSDI Benefits For Disabled Survivors

Maybe your husband or wife earned enough that you did not need to work, or maybe you were raising children. If you develop a disability between the ages of 50 and 60, and you have already lost your spouse, what can you do to make ends meet? Disabled widow and widower benefits allow you to use your spouse's work history to receive benefits. If your claim was denied, you should know how important it is to act quickly and have a lawyer in your corner.

The same medical evidence applies for these benefits as for standard SSDI benefits, Supplemental Security Income and disabled adult-child benefits. You will need to prove that you are receiving medical attention and that your condition still impairs your ability to work. I will make sure you have the right evidence ready to present.

Call Jennifer Zorrilla To Give You A Leg Up In The Appeals Process

If the government denies your claim for disabled widow or widower benefits, you have opportunities to get them back, but you need to act quickly. Call 800-722-0718 to speak to me at the Law Office of Jennifer Zorrilla for help with the reconsideration and appeals process.