Are you unable to work due to a severe injury, medical condition or psychological impairment? You may be eligible for Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits if you have been unable to work due to your disabling conditions. However, your inability to work due to your medical or psychological disability is only one factor the Social Security Administration (SSA) considers in assessing your entitlement to benefits.
The SSA follows strict, complicated guidelines in determining who receives SSDI benefits. In fact, a majority of the people who apply for Social Security disability benefits are denied. Having the help of a lawyer that is knowledgeable and experienced with the Social Security disability process will give you a better shot of winning. Our experienced Social Security disability attorney understands the intricacies of the rules and how the SSA enforces them. Together we will work to secure the benefits you have worked hard for and deserve. Let us be your advocate.
What We Do
Assess your eligibility
You may be entitled to benefits if your condition prevents you from working for 12 months.
Apply for Social Security disability benefits
Maximize your chance of winning by accurately and thoroughly completing the application with the help of our SSDI attorney.
Appeal a denial of Social Security disability benefits
Let us fight the denial by filing a timely, thorough appeal.
Represent you at a hearing for Social Security disability benefits
We will prepare you to go before the judge to present the strongest evidence possible.
How can we help you?
Request a call back for a free, confidential consultation.
We do not get paid until you do. There are no fees unless we recover financial compensation on your behalf.