Fighting For The Social Security Disability Benefits You Deserve
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal program that provides essential income to those who are no longer able to work due to a disability. While these benefits have a clear recipient in mind, not everyone who deserves this benefit can gain it on their first application. The application system is notorious for being difficult, which is why applicants should hire a guide to help them through the application maze.
Here at Lanier Fountain & Ceruzzi, our attorneys have been serving North Carolina clients since 1972. In the decades of our service, we have committed ourselves to bring each client the best possible outcome according to their needs, and we are prepared to earn the same results for you.
Help At Any Stage In An SSDI Application
An application for SSDI benefits may not always end with the initial application. The path to obtaining SSDI benefits often includes the initial application, administrative hearings and the appeals process. A mistake in any of these steps can add weeks or months to the time it will take for you to finally get your benefits if you are approved to receive them.
Our attorneys know how to help you submit the fullest application possible with accuracy and expediency. We understand how vital these funds can be, and we want to help you earn them as soon as possible. We can also act as your legal representation in the hearings to convince the government that you need these benefits. If the hearings result in a denial, we know how to draft a swift appeal to continue fighting for the help that you deserve.
Our Experience Becomes Your Advantage
We know how to navigate through the SSDI benefits process, and we know how to do it efficiently. No matter what stage of the application process you are in, we can help. We also handle Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit claims.
If you want to make your strongest possible case for SSDI benefits, contact us today. Call us at 910-455-4175 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation.