Was Your Social Security Disability Claim Denied? Call Slocumb Law Firm Today.
Receiving Social Security Disability (also called SSD) benefits can make a life or death difference for those who have been injured or disabled and unable to work. Victims of serious injury, such as a burn injury or spinal cord injury, may be unable to work and collect a paycheck. To help people avoid financial hardship, the government provides Social Security Disability benefits to those who qualify.
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If you have a condition that will prevent you from working for more than 12 months and you meet certain criteria, you have the right to government assistance. But getting these benefits can be difficult. Many applications are rejected by the government. That's why you need an experienced attorney from Slocumb Law Firm on your side. Contact us online today.
There are two primary types of assistance:
- Social Security Disability Insurance can be collected if you have worked for a period of time and paid Social Security taxes.
- Supplemental Security Income is available to disabled people, regardless of their employment history.
We represent disabled individuals who need help getting benefits
For a free consultation, contact us today. Whether you need assistance with filing for your Social Security benefits or need help with a denied claim, you can rely on Slocumb Law Firm.
Social Security Disability cases can be extremely complicated. Make sure you have an experienced SSD attorney on your side who understands the system and knows how to get results. Make sure you have the Slocumb Law Firm.
The Social Security Disability program was created by the federal government to help injury victims and other people unable to work due to a serious injury. You have rights. We can fight for them. Contact us and discover what an experienced attorney can do for you.
We have a strong track record of success. That's because we understand the laws and work closely with clients to successfully resolve their case. Make your case count.