Lawyers Helping Clients Prove Their Disabilities

At the Birmingham, Alabama, Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, many of our staff are former Social Security Administration (SSA) employees. Because we understand how the SSA works, we know how to prove our clients' disabilities qualify them for Social Security Disability and get clients the benefits they need to treat their disabilities, pay their bills and support their families.

Evidence Of Impairment Attorneys

The first step in any Social Security Disability claim is proving the existence of your disability. If the SSA is not convinced that your disability exists, you will not be eligible for any Social Security Disability benefits.

There are many types of qualifying disabilities. Depending on the nature of your disability — whether it is a physical impairment, or a mental or emotional disability — the method used to provide its existence varies.

Physical disabilities — such as back and neck injuries and cardiovascular problems — are easier to prove. Because physical disabilities are typically visible by the naked eye, or with the help of X-rays and MRIs, they are often easier to prove.

However, mental and emotional disabilities — such as depression and anxiety — can be more difficult to prove. At the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, our lawyers work closely with psychiatrists and psychologists, as well as vocational experts, to prove that our clients' mental or physical impairment exists, and that the disease is so severe as to prevent our clients from maintaining employment.

Proving Your Disability With Medical Evidence

The most important evidence you can have to support the existence of your physical, mental or emotional disability is medical evidence from physicians, psychiatrists and psychologists. At the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, we know how to gather and present medical evidence of our clients' disabilities in a manner that the SSA cannot ignore.

Contact The Law Offices Of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt

At the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, LLC, clients always have access to a team of experienced professionals. Attorneys and legal staff are available to answer questions, address concerns and gather information. If you are suffering from a physical, mental or emotional injury or disease that makes it impossible to work, contact our Birmingham proof of disability attorneys for help obtaining the benefits you are entitled to receive. Call us today at 205-208-7980 or toll free at 866-596-1238.