How Reduced Productivity Can Increase Your Chances Of Getting Your Social Security Disability Benefits
The Social Security Administration doesn’t make it easy for those who are disabled to get the Social Security benefits that you deserve. However, if your productivity at work is reduced by 15 to 20% because of a physical medical condition, you have a good chance of getting your Social Security disability benefits.
What Do I Have To Prove If My Productivity Is Reduced?
You’ll have to prove that your medical conditions prevents you from doing substantial work on a continuous and sustained basis. If you can prove that your medical condition has decreased your productivity by at least 15% of the accepted level by demonstrating problems with:
- Concentration, persistence, and pace
- Side effects of medication
- Frequent absenteeism
Getting Help From A Social Security Disability Attorney Today
You should contact experienced Social Security disability attorney, Nancy L. Cavey who can help prove that your disability reduces your workplace efficiency by at least 15%.
Call today at 727-894-3188 for a complimentary consultation and learn more about your rights to Social Security disability benefits.