Jack has represented disabled individuals on a daily basis for over 30 years and understands the Social Security disability process at every level from initial applications, appeals, hearing through federal court. He understands that being disabled is a constant challenge. He knows that this is a very difficult time for you, especially if your Social Security Disability claim has been denied.
But before you give up hope, consider this. Social Security denies a high percentage of disability applications. Most individuals have their best chance of receiving an award of benefits at hearing.
All the more reason you’ve come to the right place.
The regulatory complexities of Social Security Disability can be overwhelming—so much so, they can even create a challenge for lawyers who do not navigate them every day. But with the right attorney, you can fight back!
DON'T WAIT ANOTHER DAY
Your claim for Social Security Disability benefits is too important to go it alone. Don’t wait another day to get the representation you need to fight for your Social Security Disability benefits. We handle all types of Social Security Disability benefits matters including:
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI): This benefit is available to persons who have accumulated a sufficient number of work credits during their work life. SSDI provides a monthly benefit and eligibility for health insurance coverage through Medicare.
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI): SSI is a needs based benefit to low-income persons who meet certain income and resource guidelines. These individuals have either not worked or haven't worked long enough to qualify for SSDI. Individuals who qualify for SSI will qualify for health insurance coverage through Medicaid.
- Adult Children Benefits: An adult disabled before age 22 may be eligible for benefits if a parent is deceased or starts receiving retirement or disability benefits. Social Security considers this a "child's" benefit because it is paid on a parent's Social Security earnings record.
- Disabled Widows' Benefits: This benefit is for a disabled widow or widower between the ages of 50 and 60. A widow or widower can qualify for a disability benefit if he or she becomes disabled before or within seven years after their spouse's death. This benefit is paid upon the deceased spouse's record and it does not matter whether the widow or widower has a work history.
Call Jack O'Bryan and get experience on your side. You deserve a Social Security Disability lawyer who is experienced representing individuals in their fight for disability benefits.
Discover why Jack O'Bryan should be your Social Security Disability lawyer in Lafayette. Call Jack O'Bryan at (765)404-2802
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