Fight the Social Security Administration with well-trained lawyers.

You worked. You paid into the Social Security system. But now, your medical condition makes it too hard for you to work and you don't know where to turn. You can apply for disability benefits. We can help.

Denied? We will appeal the decision and fight for you.

Every attempt to qualify for disability creates more and more paperwork against you. This is a daunting task. We will handle your claim from start to finish with dignity and professionalism. By applying without proper representation, you may decrease your chances of obtaining disability benefits.

When you contact this office, you can meet with an attorney or a member of our trained staff to properly represent your claim at hearings and assist with your application.

If you can no longer work, contact us today for a free consultation.

Applying? Denied? Do I Qualify?

If you are not working and you have a illness, injury or condition that you expect will keep you from working for the next 12 months then you may qualify for Social Security Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

If you have less than $2000 in assets and cash, as a single person, or $3000 in assets and cash, as a married person, you may qualify for SSI Benefits. These assets usually do not include your home, most contents in your home, and one vehicle.

If you are found disabled for Social Security Disability SSI, you may be eligible to receive Medicaid benefits.

First, Social Security determines whether or not you are doing work that involves significant physical or mental activities. This is called engaging in "substantial gainful activity" (SGA). If not, Social Security determines whether your condition or a combination of impairments is "severe." Next, Social Security decides whether your impairments are severe enough to meet or equal a listing. Please click here to see Social Security's medical listings for Adults. If your condition does not meet a listing, Social Security will determine your capacity to do physical and mental work activities. Social Security then determines whether you are capable of doing work that you substantially performed over the last 15 years prior to becoming disabled. Lastly, Social Security determines whether you are able to do any other work based on your capacity to do physical and mental work activities, your age, how much education you received and skills received during previous work experience.

Disabling Physical Impairments & Symptoms Include:
Degenerative Disc Disease, Spinal Stenosis, Back Pain, Failed Back Surgery, Painful Surgery Hardware, Bulging Discs, Arthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Pain Syndrome, Sciatica, Heart Problems, COPD or Chronic Asthma, Diabetes and Neuropathy, Migraines, Frequent Headaches, Blindness, Inner Ear Disorders, Severed limbs, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Crohn's or IBS, Incontinence and Frequent Bathroom Breaks, All Cancers, HIV/AIDS, Kidney or Liver Disease

Disabling Mental Impairments & Symptoms Include:
Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, PTSD, Audible or Visual Hallucinations, Feelings of Worthlessness, Crying Spells, Inability to Focus or Concentrate, Irrational Fears, Suicidal Thoughts

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Huntsville, Alabama 35801

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Huntsville, AL 35804-2026