Ever since you were 16 years old you’ve been working to put a few dollars in your bank account. It’s now 35 years later and you’ve used those precious dollars (and every one you’ve made since) to put food on the table and a roof over your family’s head. You’ve been a good provider and have put your body through a lot in order to do so. Unfortunately, that may be the problem.
After 50 years’ of hard work, your body isn’t what it used to be. In fact, in addition to ailments such as arthritis or illnesses, you’re also highly susceptible to accidental injuries—all of which can put a damper on your ability to work. That’s where we come in.
If you’re unable to work as a result of a medical disability or injury, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits—and we can help you get them.
Social Security Help When You Need It the Most
There are a lot of reasons why you could and should be entitled to disability benefits, and even more reasons why you should apply:
- You lost your job due to an inability to perform your work
- You ran out of money (short-term disability expired, or family members get tired of helping)
- You were recently diagnosed with an illness or injury
- You recently learned that you may be eligible
- Your disabled child just turned 18, but still requires care
These are all excellent reasons to pursue a disability claim. Unfortunately, having a reason isn’t always enough to guarantee success. That’s why we have dedicated Social Security attorneys whose focus it is to help you and your family through the process, in order to guarantee a successful application. It doesn’t matter what stage of your application you’re in, we can help:
- You need to apply. You believe that you have grounds for a disability claim and need help building your claim and filing your application.
- You have already applied. You have sent in your application but you’re worried that it may not have been strong enough or processed correctly.
- Your application has been denied. You applied once, received a denial based on insufficient evidence, and now need help with an appeal.
We have spent our entire careers planning, learning, and working to help those who are suffering both physically and financially get the disability benefits they need. We do more than just hold your hand; we guide you through the entirety of the nerve-racking claim process. Having personally experienced the family hardships of living with a disability, we strive to make the process go as smoothly and successfully as possible. In order to make you feel comfortable and secure in your choice of representation, we guarantee that we’ll do our best to…
- Take the time to learn and understand your true concerns.
- Showcase our principles—we believe that integrity means everything when it comes to dealing with clients.
- Walk you through the process and educate you on all your options.
- Work with you to make sure you have a complete understanding of your Social Security rights.
- Properly file your claim and follow it through the system to ensure it gets the proper attention it needs.
- Provide empathy and understanding. We understand the law, we understand the process, and we understand what it’s like to have family members who are disabled.
- Earn your respect. You need to be treated as more than just a case number. We know that your disability is hard on both you and your family. Our clients are vital people with their own hopes and fears, and we have been shocked to see how coldly and impersonally other disability law firms treat their clients. That’s not our style. We’ll laugh with you, cry with you, and tell you how it is. However, we won’t add to the pressure or make you feel as though you’re somehow to blame.
- Stay with you to the end. Even if your proposal is denied, we’ll help you rework your claim for an appeal.
Lending You a Hand to Secure Your Future
Filing for disability benefits can be extremely confusing. In addition to the massive load of paperwork required, you will also need expert testimonies, medical evidence of injuries, and the right abilities to convince the Social Security Administration of your need. Remember, thousands of other applicants are fighting to get a portion of the Social Security budget—you need a strong claim in order to stand out.
If you’re lucky, you may be able to do it on your own, but why tempt fate? Contact us today at 210-340-8877 to get the help you need. You can also come see us at our San Antonio office for a free consultation. Remember, your family’s future hangs in the balance—allow us to tip the scale in your favor. Call today!