Birmingham Alabama Social Security Disability Lawyers
A portion of every working American’s paycheck goes into Social Security Disability (SSD) insurance. For most people, this goes unnoticed until they get hurt or sick, can’t go back to work, and need that money to support their families.
Despite Americans paying for years into this system, the Social Security Administration (SSA) denies more than 60 percent of SSD applicants at the initial level. At Norris Injury Lawyers, we can help if your claim is denied. We’ve been there for thousands of clients in this situation, and we will fight for you, too.
How Can a Lawyer Help?
The application process to receive SSD benefits is complicated, lengthy, and confusing, and if you’ve been denied benefits already, the appeals process can be intimidating. You may have lost confidence in your ability to get the money you need.
Hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer in Alabama who is familiar with the SSA’s procedures is the best thing you can do to help your case. We know what paperwork needs to be filled out, when it needs to be completed, where it needs to go, and what documents you need to have to show proof of your injuries, medical costs, wages, and dependents.
It’s common for applicants to file their paperwork only to be denied or awarded less money than they deserve because something was missed or misfiled in their application process.
An Alabama Social Security Disability lawyer from law firm Norris Injury Lawyers can help make sure you have the best possible chance of getting the compensation you deserve and even help determine if you are owed thousands of dollars for past benefits. And with our No Fee Guarantee®, you won’t pay usanything unless we get money for you. Speak to one of our social security disability lawyers for a free consultation today.
19 million working-age Americans have a disability that limits or prevents work. — AARP
Do I Qualify for Benefits?
To qualify for social security disability benefits, applicants must meet three criteria: you cannot do work you did before; you cannot adjust to other work because of your medical conditions; and your disability must last or be expected to last for at least one year or to result in death.
Conditions that can Qualify You for Benefits
Several conditions can qualify you for SSD benefits, including:
- blindness or deafness
- breathing problems
- chronic heart disease
- extreme psoriasis involving hands and feet
- HIV positive
- immune system disorders
- mental disorders
- multiple sclerosis
- neurological disorders
- rheumatoid arthritis
- seizures despite the use of medication
- other severe medical conditions
Let Norris Injury Lawyers Fight for Your Rights
If an illness or injury prevents you from working, getting social security disability insurance benefits may be your best option to receive a dependable income to pay your bills and take care of your family. But factors like your condition not qualifying for benefits, your application getting denied, or your benefits being reduced can put a serious burden on your family’s finances and future.
Don’t let an SSD benefits denial, rejection, or reduction put your family in a financial bind. The Alabama Social Security Disability benefits lawyers at Norris Injury Lawyers know the criteria the SSA uses to review applications, and we’ll use our knowledge and experience to make sure your paperwork is accurate, complete, and submitted on time. Contact our 24/7 personal injury lawyer team today—just dial (800) 477-7510 or complete our free online form.
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