How Do You File a Social Security Disability Claim?

Let a disability lawyer guide you through the entire claims process in Salt Lake City, UT


If you’re unable to work full-time due to a mental or physical condition that lasts at least 12 months, you need to file a disability claim. Utah Disability, P.C. of Salt Lake City, UT provides legal assistance with Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
After you call us:
  • Case managers will set up, organize and review your case.
  • You’ll meet directly with your disability lawyer.
  • We’ll discuss your background, doctor visits and information relevant to your case.
  • We’ll decide how to proceed with your case to get the money you deserve.
  • We counsel with you on strategies, process, obtaining information on your claim and guide you throughout the process.

With over 30 years of experience, we’ve dealt with a variety of Social Security Disability claims and can provide exceptional legal counsel in this area of law. Contact us today to get started on your case.

Our goal is to simplify the legal process

In order to file your appeal, you have to follow a five-step process with the government.

Step 1: Are you currently engaged in Substanital Gainful Activity? This means are you currently employed and receiving monies over $1,170.00 gross earnings per month. 
Step 2: Do you have severe impairments that will affect your ability to work and will these impairments last more than 12 months. 
Step 3: Do you meet the criteria for a Listing? Our government has set up a "list" and it's criteria for many medical conditions. If you meet the criteria for the listing, then you win. If you don't meet the criteria, then you proceed to Steps 4 and 5. 
Step 4: Can you perform your past relevant work? 
Step 5: Is there other work in the national exonomy that you can perform on a  reasonable basis?

Utah Disability, P.C. makes the process easy for you. We’ll help you every step of the way and represent you to the best of our ability. Call now to get started with your disability claim.