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Don’t Let the SSD Benefits You Earned Slip Away

Don’t Let the SSD Benefits You Earned Slip Away

by Staff Blogger | March 20th, 2018

You worked hard for your entire life, and now that you’re disabled and can’t go back to work, you need a way to take care of your family. While working, every paycheck you earned had a percentage taken out by the Social Security Administration (SSA), but as you might already know, they are strict when it comes to approving disability benefits. Worse yet, the process can be long and difficult for hard workers like you who have legitimate, painful, and disabling injuries or illnesses.

At Norris Injury Lawyers, we know that there are important guidelines and requirements that injured workers must meet to be approved for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, but we also know that people shouldn’t be denied the money they deserve because of minor oversights or mistakes.

It’s up to you claim the benefits you earned during the course of your career, and with the help of an experienced Alabama Social Security Disability lawyer, you can win. But if you don’t pursue those benefits, you may lose out on them forever.

With our experienced legal team on your side, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your attorneys are:

  • Knowledgeable and experienced when it comes to fighting to get claims approved
  • Resourceful and capable of building effective appeals after initial claims are denied
  • Determined to get you maximum compensation by negotiating with the SSA

We know the ins and outs of the Social Security Disability approval process, and we know how to help maximize your chances of success. Call us today for a free consultation.


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