Our Social Security Disability attorneys take a stand for injured and disabled individuals.
Are you suffering from a serious illness, injury, or disability that prevents you from working? You may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. These benefits are designed to provide supplemental income so that hard-working individuals just like you can get back on their feet after a hardship.
The only trouble is, securing the benefits you deserve can be very challenging.
You Need an Experienced Social Security Disability Lawyer—Not an Advocate
Every year, the Social Security Administration receives about 2.5 million applications for Social Security Disability benefits. Most of these applications are rejected.
Why? Often, because they were not handled by an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer.
The Social Security Disability program is not exactly user-friendly. Applying for benefits involves a complicated process and it is very easy to end up making mistakes that will result in the delay or denial of your payments if you are not familiar with the system. Social Security Advocates can help you avoid some common SSD application errors, but Advocates are not lawyers and they cannot provide the complete range of services that may be necessary to make sure you get the SSD payments you are entitled to.
For truly comprehensive support, you need an experienced Social Security Disability attorney. At Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin, Mendoza and Harrison, our disability attorneys have the skills and experience required to help you through every step of the process:
- Qualifying for SSD
- Filing a Disability Claim
- Disability Hearings
- Appeal Process
- Obtaining Medical Benefits
Remember, SSD is not a handout! These benefits are paid from contributions that healthy workers make into Social Security. You paid into the system while you were working, and now that you need help it is time to get some of your money back.
Now You May Wonder…
…Can I Afford a Social Security Disability Attorney?
Absolutely. At Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin, Mendoza and Harrison, we know that by the time you are applying for SSD, you may be very worried about your finances. We try not to add to your financial concerns. We accept clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not have to pay us a dime if we do not get you any money.
Considering that an attorney’s help can make the difference between your claim being denied or accepted and your payments being delayed or arriving in a timely fashion, you can see it is definitely wise to invest in the services of a Social Security Disability attorney.
Call us at (800) 435-7542 now to request a free initial consultation.