“SOCIAL SECURITY DENIED MY CLAIM.
HOW AM I GOING TO PAY MY BILLS?”
Do you have a medical condition that prevents you from working? Do you anticipate not being able to work for 12 months or longer?
If you worked long enough and paid social security taxes, Social Security Disability insurance benefits (Title II) may be paid to you and members of your family if you are disabled. If you have not worked long enough to qualify for Title II benefits but are disabled, you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Benefits (Title XVI) if you meet the financial criteria.
Federal law provides monthly Social Security Disability benefits for individuals who suffer from a long-term, major disability that prevents employment. If you are injured, have a serious illness or are disabled and unable to work, we will prepare and try your case before an administrative law judge, and to the Social Security Appeals Court, if necessary.
Filling out applications and forms can be tedious and confusing. We will gladly help you through the process, and assist you in getting the compensation that you deserve. Call us for more information, or to see if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
Let our experience work for you.