Obtain The Disability Benefits You Need
People who are unable to work due to a disability or illness may be eligible for one of two Federal programs:
- Social Security Disability (SSD) – for persons who have a work history
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) – for persons with no work history. Certain children may also be eligible
Many initial SSD and SSI claims are rejected by the Social Security Administration. There is a lengthy reconsideration, hearing and appeal process, but chances are you will need the help of an experienced Social Security Disability attorney in order to succeed.
The Quinn Law Firm in Greensboro, North Carolina, has helped many clients obtain the benefits they need to live a more comfortable and secure life. The firm may be able to help obtain benefits for you. Call us at 877-781-8091 to arrange for a consultation.
Standing Up For You
The rules and procedures governing the SSD and SSI claims processes are complicated. Your claim or request for reconsideration can become waylaid as the Social Security Administration seeks additional information. Many persons applying for these benefits become discouraged and intimidated by the system.
The Quinn Law Firm understands these rules and procedures, and how to move these claims through the system to final approval. Generally, the firm does not assist in the initial application process. However, after your initial claim has been rejected, the firm can take the action needed to help you obtain your benefits. The Quinn Law Firm will follow up and keep calling to get the answers you need.
The Quinn Law Firm can represent you before the administrative law judge, the Appeals Council and, if necessary, in Federal Court. Nancy Quinn will stand up for you so that you can get the benefits you need and deserve.
The Quinn Law Firm takes SSD/SSI cases on a contingency basis. You do not owe a fee if the firm does not obtain benefits for you.
For a consultation with a Social Security Disability benefit lawyer at The Quinn Law Firm, call toll-free 877-781-8091 or contact us online. Initial consultations are free, except for employment law consultations, for which we charge a nominal fee.