Social Security

Pursuing a Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (SSD/DIB) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim can be a challenging and drawn-out affair. A great deal is at stake in these claims, since people who are unable to work often rely on SSD and SSI benefits to meet their basic financial needs.

Almost 65 percent of first time claimants are rejected by the Social Security Administration turns. Despite ongoing pain and suffering from serious physical, mental and emotional challenges, nearly one million claimants give up on their claims each year.

Fortunately, success can often be achieved with the help of a knowledgeable and persistent disability benefits lawyer. Approximately a half million claimants who pursue their claims through the appeals process eventually win the benefits they are legally entitled to.

Guiding Clients Through Every Aspect of the Social Security Process
As a Hot Springs Attorney, we aid clients in applying for and obtaining the disability benefits they need to pay their medical expenses, keep their homes, maintain their retirement accounts, and meet the other expenses of daily living.

We handle a wide range of disability claims, including appeals before administrative law judges, the Appeals Council and the federal courts.

Our Hot Springs Attorney can help with issues such as:

  • Social Security benefits:

We understand what types of disability benefits are available from Social Security and can help determine which program is right for you.

  • Qualifying Disorders:

If a physical, mental or emotional disability keeps you from working, we can help you assess whether your condition qualifies you for benefits.

  • Common Questions:

We can help answer any questions you may have about SSD and SSI benefits.

  • Long-term Disability Benefits:

If you are considering filing or appealing an SSD or SSI claim, our Hot Springs Attorney can help. We know what circumstances can needlessly delay a claim and are familiar with the medical and “human” information needed to get the attention of Social Security Administration officials.



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