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The Benefits You Deserve in Hard Time

Osteoarthritis can upend your entire life.

When you can’t move like you used to, everything slows down. Performing household chores can be a tough ask. Working full time? It seems impossible.

If you’re in this position, you wonder how to pay your bills. But there’s hope: Social Security Disability benefits are made for people like you. The monthly checks can help rescue you from financial peril while you focus on what’s most important: your health.

Winning these benefits can be difficult, however. You’ll have to navigate a complex system that issues denials to most first-time applicants.

You need an experienced disability attorney to help you through the process, one who can make sure you avoid common mistakes. That’s Danielle Beaver.

If you’re anywhere in Hawaii and need help getting Social Security Disability benefits with osteoarthritis, call Danielle today.

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Common Symptoms of Osteoarthritis That Qualify for Disability Benefits

You can’t just tell Social Security you have osteoarthritis and expect benefits. You have to prove it.

Here’s what Social Security generally requires to approve a benefits claim for osteoarthritis:

  • One “major peripheral weight-bearing joint,” (your hip, knee, or ankle” is affected enough to where you cannot move effectively.

OR

  • Your shoulder, wrist, elbow or hand are affected enough to where you cannot perform normal movements.

Even if you don’t fit those exact standards, you still could be eligible. You’ll have to meet Social Security’s definition of “disabled”:

  • Your health makes it impossible for you to work.
  • You can’t switch to a new line of work.
  • You’ll be out of work for at least a year.

We know this can all feel overwhelming. Our experience staff is here to answer any questions you have.

Talk to us today and we’ll evaluate your case at no charge to you.

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Proving You Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits

To win benefits, you’ll need to include documents like these in your application:

  • Medical records
  • Hospital reports
  • Treatment details and outcomes
  • Supporting testimonials from coworkers, family and friends
  • And more

Any clerical error can trigger a denial from Social Security. It can make you feel like another case file in a cold, unfeeling government system.

Danielle Beaver and her staff will never treat you that way. We’ll make sure to get to know you and your case as best we can so we can better represent you.

And if you’ve been denied, know this isn’t the end for you. Social Security features a multi-step appeals process with chances to win benefits at each juncture.

You don’t have to go through this alone.

Let us ease your burden. We’ll make sure you have the best chance possible to win. We know the people in the system and have to navigate it.

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