Did you know that Social Security Disability only pays if your being disabled prevents you from working over an extended period of time? And if your medical condition is not on the Social Security's mandated list of impairments and has no equivalent condition listed, you could only receive benefits if you can prove you have a disabling medical condition otherwise. This is something that lawyers such as Atty. Clyde Ogg can help you with. His law office has made a commitment of educating clients so that they are fully aware of their circumstances, and that their claims are always filed correctly the first time.