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Head injuries occur all the time, but a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a much more severe and dangerous type of head injury. A traumatic brain injury most often occurs from major head trauma, like getting hit with a hard object or slamming into a hard surface. With a TBI, the damage is to the actual brain. This can lead to extreme symptoms, both mentally and physically. While some symptoms of TBI appear immediately, others might take months to show up. This can make applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits challenging, as you’ll need to prove your injury is preventing you from working. A Social Security lawyer can break down the list of things you’ll need to gather to get started on making your claim.

Does TBI Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?

You can absolutely get SSD benefits for a traumatic brain injury. TBI can have a major effect on every aspect of our life, including your ability to work. If you’ve suffered a major head injury and have been diagnosed with TBI, there is a chance you will qualify for SSD. You should consult with a Social Security attorney as soon as you can to get the application process started.

How is TBI Evaluated for Social Security Disability Benefits?

The Social Security Administration lists TBI as one of the major qualifiers for disability benefits. That said, they have a specific set of criteria you’ll need to meet in order to qualify. If you pass your evaluation, you’ll be well on your way to receiving SSD benefits. The Social Security Administration states that you need to either have severe disabilities in two or more extremities for at least 3 months, or you need to have a major disability in your mental faculties for over 3 months. If you’re being affected by one or both of these conditions, you may qualify for SSD benefits. The Social Security Administration will be asking for a lot of documentation and in a timely manner. An Alabama Social Security lawyer can work with you to put these together and get them turned in on time.

What Happens if My Application is Denied?

With the vast majority of applications for Social Security Disability benefits being denied, this is a very valid question. The good news is that if you know you should qualify for benefits, you don’t have to accept the denial. You can appeal the case. Every year thousands of denied cases are overturned and approved, often with the help of a Social Security lawyer. That said, the appeal process can be long and complicated. If you’ve been turned down for SSD related to TBI, contact our Social Security law firm to speak with an attorney about how to get the benefits you deserve.

Do I Need a Social Security Lawyer?

Traumatic brain injuries can have a major impact on every aspect of your life. Disabilities like this are what the federal benefits programs were created for. If your TBI is making it impossible to lead a normal life or work, you should be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. If you haven’t yet applied, an experienced Social Security attorney can analyze your situation and help prepare your application. In the event you’ve already applied and been denied, we can go through your case and find out what went wrong. Then we can work with you to obtain anything that might be missing. We can also follow up with the Social Security Administration throughout the process to find out how it’s going and if anything else will be required. Call Walton Law LLC today at 251-319-5354 to set up an appointment with a respected benefits attorney.


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