Help For Those Seeking Social Security Disability (SSD) Benefits
Living with a disability involves countless challenges that impact your day-to-day life. When your disability also impacts your ability to work, you might qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. SSD is a type of federal government benefit available to adults who can’t work because of a disabling medical condition, including psychological disorders.
Navigating the SSD process is complicated and confusing. At Curt Hamilton Injury Law, we provide compassionate legal representation for people seeking SSD benefits in Henderson, Kentucky, and surrounding areas. Our lawyers understand how overwhelming the process can seem. We can take that weight off your shoulders by:
- Determining whether you’re eligible for SSD benefits
- Helping you prepare a strong initial application
- Working to expedite the process whenever possible
- Appealing denials
You can count on us for guidance at any or every stage in the process.
Here, you will find a helpful team of supportive lawyers and staff. We genuinely care about clients, and we will work hard to help you get the disability benefits you need.
Dealing With Frustrations In The SSD Process?
The initial application for SSD benefits can be a major hurdle for many people. The vast majority of initial applications get denied. Our lawyers can help you avoid a denial by preparing a strong case out of the gate.
If your initial application was denied, you still have an opportunity to get benefits, providing you take the right steps to appeal before the deadline. You can turn to our attorneys for help with this critical stage in the process. We can represent you in hearings before the administrative law judge and additional appeals, including court, if necessary.
We’ll Take Care Of You Through All Stages Of The SSD Process
You don’t have to navigate the challenging SSD process alone. We can be your advocates and guides. Our goal is to provide a caring, supportive experience so that you feel comfortable and at home with our team.
Learn more about how we can help. You can call 270-458-3126 in Kentucky or 812-286-3623 in Indiana. You can also reach out to us online.