Social Security Disability Benefits
You’ve paid into the Social Security system your entire working life. Now that you’re too hurt to work, we believe you should receive your Social Security Disability benefits without delay.
Sadly, most peoples’ first Social Security Disability benefits applications are denied. If this has happened to you, you only have 60 days to file an appeal to receive your SSDI benefits.
Take action now. Call 1-800-THE-LAW2, for a free consultation with a Social Security disability attorney. You can also contact us by filling out the fields in the FREE CONSULTATION box on the right of this page now.
You Get Paid, or You Don’t Pay at All
It costs nothing to get an attorney. When you get an experienced Social Security Disability benefits attorney member from 1-800-THE-LAW2, you pay no up-front out-of-pocket fees. Plus, you get paid, or you don’t pay at all.
Can You Wait Years to Get Your Social Security Disability Benefits?
After you’ve been denied your SSDI benefits, it could take 90 days to more than a year for your appeal to be ruled on. If your appeal is denied, it could take an additional year, or more, for the Social Security Administration to rule on your claim. Can you afford to wait that long? Can your family? Get an attorney now to help strengthen your appeal and make sure every piece of the government’s endless paperwork is filled out correctly.
What a Social Security Disability Benefits Attorney Can Do for You
Your Social Security disability attorney member could:
- Handle all documents or filing requirements
- Get information from your existing Social Security file if your claim’s been denied
- Obtain your medical records or information to support your claim
- Protect you during your interview, conference or hearing with the Social Security department
- Request a reconsideration, hearing or Appeals Council review
- Prepare you and your witnesses for a hearing and question any witnesses
- Make the claims process go more smoothly
Social Security Disability Benefits for Families
Did you know that family members could also receive Social Security Disability benefits? The members of your family that could qualify to receive Social Security Disability benefits include:
- Your spouse
- Your divorced spouse
- Your children (younger than 19 years old)
- Your disabled child