Birmingham Social Security Disability Insurance Lawyers
Trustworthy Attorneys Serving Residents with Disabilities in Jefferson County
If you are unable to work as a result of an injury or impairment and do not have a disability insurance plan from your employer, life can be extremely difficult. It can be nearly impossible to just get by, let alone support a family when you are unable to earn an income. At Spellen Law, we can help you determine if you are eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and apply for benefits. Our compassionate Birmingham SSDI lawyers are known for their determined resolve to achieve favorable resolutions for their clients.
Applying & Qualifying
Social Security Disability Insurance is a complicated area of Social Security and the procedure for obtaining benefits can be complicated. There are many hoops to jump through along with endless amounts of paperwork and documentation. Fortunately, we are extremely knowledgeable about SSDI and know how to navigate the complex process, so we can help you obtain the benefits you are entitled to. In order to be eligible for SSDI, you must have a documented medical condition that meets Social Security's disability definition, and you must have paid into Social Security for a certain amount of time.
A few of the injuries and impairments that qualify you for benefits include:
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Living with a disability introduces new challenges into your daily life so you should not have to fight for benefits on your own. Let our team of skilled professionals handle the paperwork and the legal matters for you.
Helping You Secure
The Disability Benefits You Deserve
Countless people apply for SSDI benefits every day. Claims that are valid are often wrongfully denied, and even the smallest mistake can lead to a significant delay or denial. Whether you have already been denied and want to appeal or you are filing for SSDI benefits for the first time, Spellen Law is here to help you. Having a Birmingham social security disability lawyer to help gives applicants a better chance of securing benefits. Speaking with legal representation is always in your best interest.