Social Security Disability
Do you want to file a Social Security Disability Claim, but unsure where to start? The Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki are able to assist you. When you apply for Social Security Disability in Florida, the process can be extensive, irritating and time-consuming. This is the reason why having a skillful social security disability attorney fighting for your rights is crucial.
Not only does a disability have an impact on you, but it also has the ability to impact your family. You may begin to suffer financially and have trouble paying bills. The Social Security Administration often provides specific programs to help those whom are in this predicament. People who are undergoing severe health issues and/or injuries and cannot work, usually qualify. Nonetheless, applying for social security can be a lengthy process, as well as a difficult one. In many instances, even the process of applying for Social Security benefits can be challenging, not to mention discouraging. It is a lengthy and complicated process and often times, even genuine claims can be denied. This is why having an attorney who is knowledgeable in social security disability claims can be beneficial.
It can be difficult for many disabled individuals to obtain Social Security Disability benefits. With help from the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki in Jacksonville, Florida you can obtain the benefits you are entitled to. Our firm can walk you through the initial application process and any necessary appeals.
At our firm, we will ensure that your case will have all the needed documents as well as being adequately organized. Our social security disability lawyers will stand up for your rights. Keep in mind that there is a limited time to file an appeal. After your initial claim is denied, you have a specific deadline to meet when filing an appeal.
Are you prevented from returning to work by a physical disability or mental disability? Call the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki at (904) 398-1992 to schedule your free consultation. You can also submit a contact form we will be in touch with you promptly.How Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?
Our firm can answer any questions you may have about meeting eligibility requirements to receive Social Security Disability (also known as SSD or SSDI) benefits. You must have been employed in jobs that are covered by Social Security to qualify for benefits. Additionally, you must have a medical condition which prevents you from returning to work for a year or more to meet Social Security’s definition of disability.
Our proficient attorneys can help with your claim as you seek Social Security Disability Income or Supplemental Security Income. It is complicated to determine the exact time-span of the Social Security claims process. However, providing sufficient authenticated documents and appropriate records has the ability to potentially help your claim.
In Florida, the Division of Disability Determinations (DOD) makes the eligibility decision. Many people are denied after the initial application. In fact, more than 70 percent of all initial Social Security Disability claims are denied. If you had a claim that was denied, it is essential that you understand your appeal rights. At the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki, we will inform you of your rights and help you learn the different options you have when seeking an appeal.
Our attorneys encourage you to keep pursuing your benefits and we can help with your initial application and any subsequent administrative hearings.
The Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki understands the difficulties you and your family can experience when you are not receiving income. We are dedicated to getting you the SSD benefits you are entitled to receive.
Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki has been improving the lives of many clients throughout North Florida for over 35 years. We know that accepting social security disability can be difficult. However, don’t battle this alone. Call Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki today for a free initial consultation. If you have been injured and do not have the ability to work, you have the right to file for Social Security Disability Income or Supplemental Security Income.
At Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki, we are willing to meet with you outside or at our office. Allow our legal team to evaluate your case and we will be able to tell you if you have a legitimate claim.
Our firm also handles workers’ compensation claims for people who have sustained an on-the-job injury. We explore all avenues of compensation for our injured clients.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.