Tuesday, November 07, 2006

How can I tell if I will be found disabled by Social Security?

Unless the condition causing your disability is something catastrophic (terminal cancer, blindness, paralysis of both legs, etc.) there is no easy way for you to tell whether you will be found disabled by Social Security and win your case.

Whether or not you apply for Social Security disability benefits should not be based upon whether or not you think Social Security will find you disabled.

At Cannon & Anderson, we are familiar with Social Security disability and weigh a lot of factors when deciding to take a case, but even then we can not be sure. There are no guarantees in a Social Security Disability case.

Instead of wondering if you will win, make your decision based on your own belief about your condition. If you believe that you are not going to be able to return to work in the near future, you should file for Social Security disability benefits. If you are denied, call us for a free evaluation as to the chances of success on appeal. Don't give up!

Cannon & Anderson
2916 Tazewell Pike, Ste. F
Knoxville, TN 37918
(865) 522-9000

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