An Important Message from Rosen Moss Snyder LLP Regarding COVID-19

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Social Security Disability Insurance

The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits program can provide a steady source of income for disabled individuals who cannot work. An individual may qualify for disability if he or she is unable to perform any gainful work activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental condition which can be expected to result in death or which has lasted or is expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months.

In addition, ERISA disability policies almost always require a disabled claimant to apply for SSDI benefits. Disability insurers are entitled under the policy language to take a credit for any SSDI benefits received. ERISA disability insurers often will push a disabled claimant to have the insurer’s SSDI attorney to handle the SSDI application and/or appeal. It is unquestionably beneficial for a disabled individual to have an attorney of their choosing to represent them during the SSDI application and appeals process.

The disability attorneys at Rosen Moss Snyder LLP, provide compassionate and effective legal representation and are prepared to help you through each step of your Social Security Disability Insurance claim. We understand the complicated rules and procedures associated with Social Security Disability law. Our attorneys have handled claims for SSDI benefits for many years and are well-versed in the complicated interplay between long-term disability claims and SSDI benefits. We have successfully obtained benefits at administrative hearings throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey, and at all levels of appeals, including the U.S. District Court.

Whether you have been denied benefits or are considering applying for benefits, we may be able to help. We offer a free initial consultation.


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