SSDI for Existing Clients

SSDI for Existing Clients in Vermont

Helping You Get the Assistance You Need

The Social Security Disability Insurance program is a federal program that provides financial assistance to individuals who have been injured. The filing process can be quite lengthy and challenging to navigate, with many individuals becoming discouraged when their claim is denied. At Biggam Fox Skinner LLP our Vermont SSDI attorneys are able to help you file a claim. With years of experience handling SSDI claims, our attorneys understand what Disability Determination Services looks for when determining eligibility.

We can help existing clients avoid common mistakes that many individuals make and help provide you with the strongest claim possible. Biggam Fox Skinner LLP is unique because we are the only Firm in Vermont that helps its workers’ compensation and personal injury clients with their applications for and appeals of denials of SSDI claims. We have been doing this for decades and we have a winning record. This makes sense and it easy and faster than having a second Firm or out of state company handles your SSDI claim because we already know you and have your medical records. We can do it all for you. It just makes sense.

Working to Simplify Things for Our Client

When determining if you qualify for Vermont social security disability, it is best to talk to one of our attorneys at Biggam Fox Skinner LLP, where we can carefully evaluate your case. With that said, there are medical impairments that the Social Security Administration (SSA) usually views as automatic qualifiers.

There are medical conditions where SSDI benefits might be affected, such as:

  • Musculoskeletal conditions, including medical conditions of the joints and bones
  • Vision and hearing loss
  • Asthma and other respiratory illnesses
  • Cardiovascular-associated conditions, such as heart failure
  • Liver disease and other digestive tract conditions
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Cerebral palsy (CP)
  • Parkinson's disease and other neurological diseases
  • Blood disorders
  • Mental disorders, including autism, schizophrenia, and depression
  • Intellectual disability
  • AIDS/HIV
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Kidney disease

While you may still be able to receive SSDI benefits with other medical conditions, these have been often prioritized by SSA.

"Heidi, I want to let you know how much I appreciated all your help. The past few years have been the most difficult time of my life. It helped me get through, knowing that you and Chris were advocating for me at every step. I will gladly recommend your services to any of my family or friends that may ever need it. Thank you and the entire BFS staff for all your help!"
- Tracy, East Corinth, VT