Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability is a federal program that pays income benefits if you’re disabled and unable to earn income on your own. Social Security pays benefits to people who cannot work because they have a medical condition that is expected to last at least one year or result in death. Disability is something most people do not like to think about, but the chances that you will become disabled probably are greater than you realize. Studies show that a 20-year-old worker has a 3 in 10 chance of becoming disabled before reaching full retirement age.
Florida Disability Lawyers
Are you unable to work due to a disability? Have you suffered a serious injury or mental or physical illness? Have you been denied your right to Social Security disability benefits? Denying the disabled the right to disability insurance leaves individuals without an income, posing a threat to everyday existence. About one-half of all claims for Social Security Disability are denied and about one-half of those are appealed and won.
At The Law Offices of Mitchell S. Shea, P.A., we are dedicated to representing the disabled and their families. At our Plantation, Florida law firm, we understand your frustration and concern
about your financial future. We understand how confusing the claims process may seem to the average person. At our law firm, it’s our mission to work hard to persistently pursue your claim get you the benefits you deserve. Contact us TODAY to discuss your case.
You have worked hard for years. You have paid your taxes. Now, you are disabled and cannot work. Are you under the age of 65? If so, you may qualify to receive Social Security Disability Benefits. The system was designed for people in just your situation. Social Security Disability benefits are an option if you have an injury or illness severe enough to have kept you from working at all for at least a year, or that is expected to keep you from working for at least a year. If your request for benefits is approved, you will receive monthly payments. The amount of such payments varies, depending on your age and your earnings history.
Statistically, most applicants are denied in the initial stages. However, an initial denial is not the end of the road. In many cases, benefits are denied because the applicant had not provided sufficient evidence of his or her condition. You can appeal the denial decision, request a hearing, and bring additional evidence that may change the outcome of your petition.
Of course, filing the strongest application possible from the very beginning is the most efficient way to pursue the benefits. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Mitchell S. Shea, P.A. can help. Even if you have already applied and have seen your application denied, don’t give up. Contact the Plantation, Florida Disability Attorneys at The Law Offices of Mitchell S. Shea, P.A. today for a FREE CONSULTATION. Our Social Security Disability legal team will be able to provide a knowledgeable and frank assessment of your case.
Our lawyers have the resources and experience necessary to fight for the benefits you need. We will help you navigate the process of claims and appeals. Based in Plantation, Broward County, South Florida, we represent clients throughout the State of Florida. Since our firm was founded, the attorneys of The Law Offices of Mitchell S. Shea, P.A. have enjoyed a reputation for exceptional results and personalized, attentive service. Our commitment to excellence and our drive to help ill or injured Floridians is reflected in every case we undertake.
Would you like a member of our legal team to contact you regarding a potential Social Security Disability Claim? Contact our offices at (954) 491-0046, or Click here for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation. An attorney from the Law Offices of Mitchell S. Shea, P.A. will contact you shortly to discuss your legal options.
Information about benefits or applying for benefits is available from the Social Security Administration or by calling 1-800-772-1213.
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Plantation, FL 33324
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