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Social Security Disability Claims

As a citizen of the United States, you have certain rights, including the right to receive Social Security Disability benefits if you are unable to work due to a severe medical condition. The Social Security Administration provides benefits to disabled workers and their dependents under Title II of the Social Security Act. Additionally, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may be available to disabled children or those who have not worked enough to be insured and whose assets and income are below certain poverty levels. At Campbell & Associates, our social security disability lawyers can help you determine if you qualify for benefits under these programs.

Disability, as defined by Social Security, means the inability to perform substantial work due to a severe medical condition expected to last at least 12 months or result in death. This definition involves several factors, including your age, education, and past work experience. A simple letter from your doctor stating you are “disabled” may not be sufficient to convince Social Security that you are entitled to benefits.

Most initial disability claims are denied, and claimants often need to appeal. This process may require you to appear and testify before an Administrative Law Judge. If your claim has been denied at any stage, it is crucial to seek assistance from a social security disability attorney immediately. Studies indicate that claimants represented by an attorney have a higher chance of success compared to those who proceed without representation. We only receive a fee if your case is won, which is based on a percentage of your back benefits.

Our social security disability attorneys at Campbell & Associates leverage decades of experience to help you navigate the complex process of obtaining Social Security benefits. From assisting you with the various forms sent by Social Security to working with your doctors to thoroughly document your disability, we stand by your side as your advocate at the hearing to help ensure you receive a fair hearing with the Administrative Law Judge.

Contact a Campbell & Associates social security disability attorney for a free consultation to discuss your Social Security Disability claim. We have convenient offices in Charlotte, Charleston, SC., Gastonia, Hickory, Monroe, and Rock Hill, SC.

*Under current Federal Law, attorneys may charge a fee of 25% of past due benefits awarded to a claimant and any dependents, up to a maximum fee of $7,200. The attorney’s fee does not cover various expenses associated with a case such as the cost of obtaining a client’s medical records.


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