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How To File A Successful Disability Benefits Claim

When you are suffering from a serious disability, it can be impossible to maintain employment. If you have a physical or mental impairment that prevents you from working, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) operates as a safety net by providing monthly benefits.

I am Trevor A. Brown, a Dalton Social Security Disability attorney with more than 10 years of experience serving people throughout northwest Georgia. I can help guide you through the disability benefits application process and handle appeals if you have had an initial claim denied. I will work hard to ensure that you understand your rights. If you have a qualifying disability, I can help you fight for the benefits you need and deserve.

Why It Is Important To Seek Legal Guidance Right Away

The federal government does not approve SSDI claims freely.

It is essential to provide ample documented evidence that proves you are suffering from a qualified disability. There are a number of hoops to jump through and various deadlines that must be met. That is why it is essential to have skilled and experienced legal representation on your side.

With more than a decade of experience handling initial SSDI claims and subsequent appeals, I can answer any questions you have about the law, from qualifying for SSDI to any questions you may have about the SSDI process. You will only owe me legal fees if I successfully resolve your case and secure the benefits you need and deserve.

Set Up A Free Consultation With An SSDI Lawyer

I am available to handle SSDI claims and appeals for disability sufferers throughout northwest Georgia. Contact me online or call 706-847-4646 or 800-610-9637 (toll-free) to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your situation.

If you are unable to come to my Dalton office, I can arrange an at-home visit or meet you in a location that is more convenient to you.