Understanding Social Security Disability

Where Do You Turn When An Injury Or Illness Makes It Impossible To Support Yourself Or Your Family?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides assistance in the form of Social Security Disability/Supplemental Security Income (SSD/SSI) benefits; however, the application process is notoriously difficult. The majority of applications are denied the first and second times. You could wait months or years for a disability hearing. What will you do if your claim is denied again?

Experienced Guidance For Los Angeles County, Orange County And San Bernardino County Applicants

Though the application process is complicated and lengthy, we are experienced and can help guide you through it. We understand the rules that govern this complex area of law and we are prepared to aggressively pursue your claim. Your consultation is free and cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover benefits for you.

We can take your claim from initial application all the way to the hearing stage, if necessary. We are committed to exceptional personal service. We handle every step of the process including:

  • Drafting and submitting your paperwork.
  • Obtaining medical records and supporting documentation.
  • Providing forms, application, releases and other information.
  • Representing you at hearing.
  • Keeping you informed of the status of your claim.

Increasing Your Chances Of Obtaining The Benefits You Deserve

Working with an experienced SSD/SSI lawyer increases your chances of being awarded benefits. We know how to present a convincing case to the SSA on your behalf because we understand the types of medical evidence necessary for each condition.

If you're disabled and you can't work anymore, submit a confidential online case review, or call our attorneys at 888-495-8938 for a FREE CONSULTATION. You will have the opportunity to speak with an experienced Social Security Disability attorney about your claim.

What Does SSDI Have To Do With Workers' Compensation Claims?

California workers' compensation is a significant part of our practice. In many cases of permanent work-related disability, you will be eligible to apply for Social Security disability benefits as well.

Under Social Security disability rules, you cannot begin receiving benefits until you can prove you have been unable to work in any capacity for 12 consecutive months. But that does not mean you have to wait to file. When we represent you on your workers' compensation claim, we can also assist you in filing for SSDI benefits as soon as we determine your eligibility.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation — No Obligation And No Fees To Pay

To inquire about how a Los Angeles Social Security attorney may be able to help you, call us at 888-495-8938 or fill out our online form to request a free consultation.

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