Many American Workers Are Filing For Medical Disability As Economy Tanks

As the COVD-19 (Coronavirus) continues to wreak havoc on the World, many Virginia residents are staying proactive as they plan for worse case scenarios.

Unemployment numbers are off the charts and rising, as desperate workers apply for Government lifelines knowing their employers might not be able to stay afloat.

Now that the economic landscape has shifted from that of “best economy ever” to “potential great depression 2” one thing can be certain, all options are on the table and a free over-the-phone consultation with a disability attorney could improve circumstances dramatically if you have a medical disability.

Being unable to work due to a medical disability can be extremely frightening and this reality has never been more real than now.

Many Virginia residents were already dealing with their symptoms and medical limitations while working a desk job or part time.

Now that their job is gone, the last thing they need to worry about is how they’re going to keep a roof over their head or food on the table.

That’s why the U.S. government provides Social Security disability benefits.

Who is Eligible for Social Security Disability?

Eligibility for Social Security disability benefits depends on:

Given the state of the economy and the number of unemployed in Virginia seeking benefits, it’s a no-brainer that we will see an influx of social security disability insurance applicants over the next year.

Who To Call For Disability Information And Assistance

Thankfully, Virginia state residents can dial (866) 328-4916 and receive a free disability consultation today. This consultation is risk-free, and helps one determine whether or not they meet the minimum criteria to file a claim, plus (optional) assistance to handle the paperwork.

Residents living in the state of Virginia who are over the age of 50, not working, and have a disability, need to call (866) 328-4916 to see if they can file for medical disability.

Call Now for an instant over-the-phone consultation with a disability advocate. You may qualify for medical disability by simply calling (866) 328-4916 and answering a few questions.