McKinney Social Security Disability

McKinney, Texas, the governmental seat of Collin County, is a growing community, consistently ranking among the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. In 2010, McKinney had a population of 131,117 and credited local and county government; manufacturing, distribution and retail facilities; and educational institutions, including the local school district and community college, as the primary employers in the city’s economy.

McKinney is serviced by the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Region 6 district office in Dallas. That office sees around 64,000 new claims each year and distributes Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to more than 630,000 beneficiaries annually.

SSDI is provided to people who have no employment income as a result of total or complete disability which last for twelve or more months. To qualify for SSDI, you must not only meet the SSA’s disability requirements, you must also have accumulated sufficient work credits throughout the course of your employment, specifically during the previous decade before you submit a disability claim. If you do not meet the work credit requirements, you may still be eligible to receive SSI payments.

Apply for McKinney Social Security Disability Benefits

The application process for McKinney Social Security Disability benefits is long and complicated. The SSA only approves 31.6 percent of initial claims reviewed in Dallas, leaving all other applicants to additional reviews and many to eventually request an appeal. With only 11.2 percent of those who receive a second review of their SSD claim being found eligible for benefits, the majority of people who are initially denied benefits must proceed through the appeals process, sending their cases in front of an administrative law judge for a final decision.

Most initial McKinney Social Security Disability benefits claims are denied because they lack sufficient medical documentation or because disabled individuals have not received the specific tests or treatments the SSA required with their particular disabilities. It is in your best interest to hire a McKinney Social Security Disability attorney to assist you in compiling and filing your application.

As an experienced attorney, familiar with the SSDI and SSI process, a McKinney disability attorney can ensure all appropriate medical documents and other details are in your file prior to submission of your claim. This increases your chances of being found eligible for SSD benefits during the initial review process and reduces the likelihood that you’ll need to go through a second review and an appeal hearing.

Listed below, you will find the local Social Security office which accepts McKinney Social Security disability applications:

McKinney Social Security Disability
3250 Craig Dr,
McKinney, TX 75070

McKinney Social Security Disability Resources

In order to be found eligible for SSD benefits by the SSA, you must show sufficient documentation your ongoing medical care for any disabling conditions. This can be quite difficult when you have limited income. Here are some free and low cost McKinney disability resources for receiving medical treatment, including resources in nearby Farmsville.

Children and Community Health Center of McKinney
120 South Central Expressway 102,
McKinney, TX 75070

Farmersville Family Medical Clinic
111 N Johnson St,
Farmersville, TX 75442-2103

Your McKinney Disability Claim

Central to seeing a favorable outcome with your McKinney disability claim is having the right medical documentation in your application. Before you file your initial application, you should consider getting a free case evaluation from a McKinney Social Security attorney. He or she will review your file and can increase your chances of receiving benefits. A McKinney disability lawyer can also argue your case at the appeals hearing, if necessary and will be capable of guiding your through the entire application, review and appeals process. Disability attorneys charge no fees upfront and are only paid if you receive SSD benefits.