What qualifies you for disability in Indiana


The rules for Social Security Disability are the same in each state since it is a federal program.  For this reason, lawyers licensed in one state can be eligible to represent claimants in other states. 

In general, to get disability, SSA looks at whether the person is unable to do any substantial gainful activity due to physical or mental impairments which can be expected or already lasted for a continuous period of not less than 12 months.  

There are many factors that SSA looks at when deciding if a claim is approved, including age, education, residual functional capacity, severity of disability and more.  We are happy to do a free case review, no obligation and completely confidential, you can call our office at 317-348-1800.    

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