Mishaps can happen anytime due to the negligence of another or even as a result of an accident. Every once in awhile these unfortunate mishaps can leave a person with a temporary or permanent disability. These disabilities can cause physical disablement and monetary losses through loss of employment as a result of a person not being able to work.
What Are Social Security Benefits?
Social Security benefits were established to help off-set some of the financial burdens persons with a disability may face. However, filing a social security disability insurance claim properly can be a major hurdle to getting essential benefits. We at Lerner and Rowe have a team of social security advocates and representatives that will provide legal assistance to help you prepare and file a SSDI claim.
We will do this by:
- Helping you prepare your application.
- Making sure you have all requisite documents and records.
- Making sure you submit your application and supporting documents to the appropriate authorities on time.
Ultimately, our social security advocates and representatives are here to help ensure you get financial assistance that will allow you to lead a life full of security and dignity.
Get Help Filing Social Security Appeals!
Our social security representatives and advocates are also able to help you file an appeal for a previously denied social security insurance claim. Your previous application may only be missing a few medical or supportive documents. We will review your previous application and documentations to help ensure that when you file your appeal, your request for assistance will have a better chance of being approved.
Contact Us for Free Social Security Claim and Appeal Consultations!
At Lerner and Rowe, we even provide assistance to dependents of a deceased person to help them claim financial relief and benefits under social security laws. Get in touch with our experienced social security disability legal team today for a free consultation. You may contact us by calling 844-977-1900, submitting an online case review form, or clicking on the live chat box.