A Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) award from the Social Security Administration (SSA) can be life changing. When you have incurred a disability and are prevented from returning to work or seeking other substantial gainful employment as a result, SSDI can help you to pay for the things in life that matter most, ranging from basic care and shelter to the comforts that you and your family have grown accustomed to. The SSA denies hundreds of SSDI claims per year. To make sure you file a full and complete SSDI application, hire a Social Security disability lawyer in Monroe at Gallon, Takacs, Boissoneault & Schaffer Co., LPA.
Under the law, those who have a qualifying disability are entitled to recover monetary monthly benefits. These benefits can be used in whichever manner you see most fit, but are generally intended to help you pay for housing, food, clothing, and other living needs.
In order to qualify for SSDI, you must have a condition that the SSA considers “disabling” and must be eligible for benefits by virtue of paying into the Social Security fund throughout your working years. These are known as work credits, and the number of work credits that you need is dependent upon both your age and the age at which you became disabled.
The monthly benefit amount that you are entitled to varies on a case-by-case basis – assuming you are eligible, our attorneys can help you to recover the maximum amount.
While you may believe that you cannot afford a lawyer, at Gallon, Takacs, Boissoneault & Schaffer Co., LPA we work on a contingency basis so our services are affordable for all who need them. A contingency basis means that we will only charge you after we win your case or your claim is successful; if you are not approved for SSDI, even after we have helped you legally, you will not owe us a penny.
This provides us an incentive to work as hard as possible on your behalf and allows you to trust that we are doing as much as we can to push your claim forward. Unlike other lawyers, our Monroe law firm will never charge you unless your case is successful.
If you have recently become disabled and are unable to work and make an income, do not wait any longer to take action – doing so can be the difference between being able to pay your mortgage or put food on the table. The sooner you contact the dedicated Monroe Social Security Disability Insurance attorneys at Gallon, Takacs, Boissoneault & Schaffer Co., LPA, the sooner we can get to work on putting together a SSDI application that the SSA is looking for.
We also fight on your behalf for disabled veteran benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today, visit us online or call 419-843-6663 and our attorneys will get started working to obtain the benefits you deserve.