A number of different issues surrounding a disability can slowly creep up and accumulate. This is especially true if the disability limits your ability to work and care for yourself. Therefore, if you have a medical condition, chronic illness, or debilitating injury, you may be entitled to social security disability benefits or supplemental security income.
Statistically, a large portion of disability claims are denied after an initial application is filed. Likewise, a large portion of claims are also denied at the reconsideration stage. Often, to get the compensation you deserve, you need to have a hearing in front of a judge.
At Makridis Law Firm, we leverage our experience in social security disability law with our close attention to detail. Our small-scale firm allows us to devote more attention to each and every client. This also allows us to devote more time and energy towards the benefits you deserve. In summary, our experience with these cases helps ensure the best possible result for our clients.
Unsure whether you qualify for social security disability benefits or supplemental security income?
Below, are some of the most common medical conditions that can entitle you to social security disability benefits:
- Muscular or skeletal issue, such as a back injury;
- Neurological disorder, such as cerebral palsy;
- Mental conditions, such as depression or anxiety;
- Immune system disorders, such as lupus or AIDS;
If you suffer from any of these or some other medical condition, illness, or injury, contact us for a free consultation. If you are unsure whether you qualify for social security disability benefits, call us at (330) 394-1587.
At Makridis Law Firm we take pride in our client-oriented and results-driven practice. Your best interests are our interests as well. So, if we are unsuccessful in securing your social security disability benefits, there is no attorney fee.
Contact us at (330) 394-1587 to learn more about what we can do for you.