Legal Guidance For Arkansas Residents Seeking SSD Benefits
According to the CDC, nearly a third of adults in Arkansas live with a disability. When a disabling injury, illness or condition takes away their ability to work, they are supposed to be able to turn to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for financial support. The same is true of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for parents of severely disabled children.
Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration rejects the vast majority of applications for Social Security benefits. But turning down your claim does not have to be the end of the road. You have the right to appeal, and working with an attorney can significantly improve your odds of success. For more than 50 years, the legal team of Midwest Disability, P.A., has helped people with disabilities fight for the benefits they deserve. Our depth of experience has prepared us to help you no matter how unique or complex your claim might be.
Legal Service Throughout The Appeals Process
We will help you every step of the way with your SSD claim. One of our attorneys can help you prepare and represent you at each stage of the SSD application and appeals process, such as:
- Determining whether your condition qualifies for SSDI assistance
- The initial SSDI application
- Attending hearings at your local SSA office
- Appealing a denied claim
- Preparing your appeal
- Speeding up the process
- Advising you on possible tax issues
- Answering your questions
We understand the process can be long and frustrating at times. We will use our skill and knowledge of SSD law to avoid delays as much as possible. Our goal with every case we accept is to deliver the maximum disability benefits available while taking the burden off of you. Whenever you have a question, you can get in touch and get a prompt answer.
Great People. Great Results. — Midwest Disability works for you.
We understand the difficulties that come with being ill or injured and unable to work. We do our best to make the claims process as stress-free as possible by providing you with helpful information, preparing you for what to expect as your claim moves forward in the system, and keeping in close contact with you throughout.
Questions and Answers…
- Why should I hire an attorney?
- What will it cost?
- Am I eligible?
- How do I apply?
- When should I apply?
- What if my claim is denied?
- What happens at a disability hearing?
- What’s the difference between SSD and SSI?
- What benefits can I expect to receive?
- Are there any medical benefits?
- Are family members eligible?