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Dignity and Care for Your Case

Health problems can make it impossible for you to work. But you’re proud of the work you did, and you’re not used to asking for help.

So when you think about applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, you’re not sure where to start.

At Cunningham Law Group, our mission is to guide you through this process with dignity and care.

These are some basic requirements you should know:

  • You must be unable to work fulltime because of your health.
  • You must be unable to adjust to a different kind of work from what you did before.
  • You need medical records documenting your condition.
  • You need to show your disability will last at least a year.

If you can’t work, proving you’re officially “disabled” under Social Security Administration rules seems like it should be simple. But it’s not easy.

You face a long and complicated Social Security Disability application. Making mistakes in your initial application can cause denials and delays later in the process.

You already struggle with enough stress from your health and financial problems.

Attorney Joel Cunningham Jr. and the team at Cunningham Law Group will take care of your application, so you can focus on moving forward with your life.

We help people with many different physical and mental health conditions:

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • ADHD
  • Lung disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Back impairments

Unlike a lot of out-of-town law firms, Joel will take time to meet you in person and understand your particular health problems and situation. He’s been helping people like you apply for disability benefits for more than 25 years.

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Why Benefits are Often Denied

When they first try to apply, most people get denied SSDI benefits.

The disability system has thousands of rules. You can be denied for many reasons.

Maybe your doctor didn’t know you fit the legal definition of a disability. Maybe a Social Security employee didn’t collect all the right medical records. Maybe there was a mistake in your application.

An initial denial doesn’t mean your case is done. Far from it. You likely should appeal and keep fighting for your benefits.

The team at the Cunningham Law Group will help you determine your next step. Social Security numbers show your chances of successfully winning benefits are better with a professional representative.

Personal Attention
for You

Your disability case is personal. Your medical conditions and work history are specific to you.

If you get denied benefits on your initial application, the reasons depend on the details of your case.

And your best strategy for winning benefits is different from someone else’s.

That’s why it’s so important to work with an attorney like Joel Cunningham Jr., who takes the time getting to know you.

The team at Cunningham Law Group pays attention to the details of your situation and builds a legal strategy tailored to you.

Don’t risk making mistakes by filling out your application alone – let us help.

We’ll conduct an evaluation of your case for free.