Disabled? Unable To Work? We Can Help You Seek Social Security Disability Benefits
When an injury, sickness or disability prevents you from returning to work, you may face many unexpected financial hurdles. This is one reason why many disabled workers need their Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, this is often easier said than done ― especially when you consider how difficult it can be to navigate the many complex rules and regulations that Social Security puts in your way.
Whether you have worked in the past and are now seeking SSD benefits after developing a disability or even if you have never been able to work and are in need of benefits through the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program, the dedicated and knowledgeable attorneys at Wood, Carlton & Hudson, P.C., are here to help.
Our firm excels at providing solutions to SSD disputes promptly and effectively. The sooner you contact us, the sooner you may be able to collect benefits ― and the sooner you can hopefully get your life back together, with some form of income and support for your family.
Contact us today for a FREE consultation. You can call one of our conveniently located offices in Corinth, Pontotoc and Tupelo at 662-841-2003 or toll-free at 662-643-4341. You can also schedule your free initial consultation with our office by contacting us online.
What Benefits May Be Available?
Most every week our firm is engaged in hearings before the SSA disability judges. We regularly help clients overcome the obstacles standing between them and the Social Security Disability benefits they deserve. No matter the circumstances, we will make sure you understand the process, including what conditions may qualify as a disability as well as the benefits you may be entitled to, such as basic monthly SSD payments and Medicare and Medicaid coverage. We can also help explain other related benefits as well, including:
- Benefits for your spouse: If your spouse is over 65 or caring for a child under the age of 16, benefits are available.
- Benefits after a death: Some dependents, including spouses and children, may be eligible for benefits if the family breadwinner passes away.
Throughout the legal process, our firm will stay focused on your recovery, both medically and financially. This approach has helped our firm put millions of dollars of benefits in our clients’ hands. In doing so, we have put our clients in touch with our network of health professionals to ensure they get the care they need.
Whether you live in Mississippi or western Tennessee, contact us today to learn more about your legal options. Even if your initial SSD claim was denied, we can still help. Don’t let another day go by before you seek the benefits you and your family need and deserve.