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    Do You Want Someone to Help You Deal with Social Security Disability?

    You shouldn’t be left on your own, without any kind of help, if you get hit with health problems that—through no fault of your own—force you off work and leave you unable to pay your bills.

    Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits should be there for you, providing monthly income support, and a better sense of well-being.

    The thing is, they’re extremely strict about what qualifies for benefits.

    You have to pass several tests. The final one is that your medical situation must leave you unable to do any work at all—not just your old jobs but any job existing that you might be qualified to do or able to learn at your age.

    It can feel like the system has no mercy. But the Social Security Disability lawyers at Troutman & Troutman are here to back you up. We know how to meet these standards. This is all we do, every day.

    As a family law firm dedicated to Oklahoma families, we put the human touch you need into a bureaucratic process. We make sure you’re treated with dignity and respect—and that you have the best chance possible of winning life-changing benefits.

    We’ve helped over 10,000 people from all over Oklahoma, including:

    Disability Law Is All We Do.

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    Folding his arms and standing in a kitchen, a man looks straight ahead. Social Security uses a measure of your abilities called "residual functional capacity" in deciding whether you should be awarded disability benefits.

    How Does “Residual Functional Capacity” Factor into Social Security Disability?

    A key to deciding whether there’s any job in the economy you could perform, even one you haven’t done before, is looking at what fundamental tasks you can still do.

    This is called residual functional capacity (RFC). Here’s some of what goes into your RFC report:

    • The amount of weight that you can lift or carry
    • The length of time you can stand continuously
    • The length of time you can sit continuously
    • Your mental limitations in working with bosses, co-workers or the public
    • Your ability to handle environmental conditions such as heat, cold, noise, dust and fumes

    Your doctors can provide their assessment of these points. Your disability lawyer can work with your health care providers to get the right information in the right format for Social Security.

    You can see how you need to describe your past job duties, and your health problems and symptoms, in highly precise ways to meet the standards of Social Security Disability.

    But when you’re working with a skilled disability attorney, you don’t have to worry about getting it all just right. An attorney who knows this system inside and out can get it right for you—and possibly increase your chances of winning benefits.

    Benefits allow you to move forward when life doesn’t go as planned because of major health problems. Get the Troutman & Troutman disability lawyers in Oklahoma to help.

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    Grinning while he looks at the screen, man sites on a couch typing on his laptop. Troutman & Troutman disability lawyers answer questions about disability benefits every day.

    Disability Attorneys Answer Your Questions about Social Security

    Your life has been disrupted by health problems. You’ve had to leave work. You’re worried about money. Social Security Disability benefits can provide relief, but they’re complicated. You’ve got a lot of questions. The Troutman & Troutman Tulsa disability lawyers have answers.

    SSD Questions & Answers »

    “I spoke with Mr. Troutman when I called the first time. A nicer person you couldn’t meet. They explained everything to me. I left it in their hands. (Victoria Rackley) is an amazing person. Each time we spoke, she explained what was happening in my case. She was with me through this process. So glad I called them. Thank you all. I recommend them 100 percent.

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