Social Security Disability Lawyers
When you are no longer able to work because of a disability, it is important to have financial protection. With so many people filing for benefits with the Social Security Administration, you want an ally on your side. We protect the rights of individuals who are unable to work due to any disability — work-related or not.
Putting Your Social Security Claim Back in Your Hands
Over the course of your working career, you have paid premiums from your wages to Social Security, so you would be protected in the event of a future disability. If you have paid into the system, you are entitled to help and assistance from SSD now. Whether you want to prepare your initial application or fight a denied claim, we can help you with every step of the process:
- Disability claim applications
- Disability claim appeals
- ALJ disability hearings
Video: Applying for SSD and SSI
What is a Disability?
A disability, according to Social Security, is any medical condition that prevents you from working for a period of at least twelve months. You can also be considered disabled due to multiple injuries or illnesses that combine the effect of several conditions or infirmities, work-related or not.
Dedicated to our clients’ rights under Social Security disability law, our attorneys understand how confusing the system can be. We will be there every step of the way to address your concerns:
- Multiple ways to qualify for social security
- Can my family receive benefits?
- Working with your doctor
- Types of disability conditions
It is our goal to simplify the process through the use of technology. When you work with us, you will have secure, password protected access to your case file throughout the process, when you want it, so you always know the status of your claim.
As a firm focused on Social Security disability claims, we will keep you informed throughout the process. Contact us today for a free initial consultation. We have locations in throughout Washington state, and serve clients across the country.