North Carolina Social Security Disability Attorneys
NC SSD Lawyers
We Are Here To Make Social Security Disability Controllable
Even with four offices that conduct Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) hearings in North Carolina, the wait time is over 17 months. The average time to process a case is more than 600 days. That time can be vital if you have a disability and need benefits.
According to a Cornell University study, only about 30 percent of people between the ages of 21 and 64 who have a disability are working. Almost 70 percent of people with disabilities in North Carolina are not working. Most people with disabilities are not able to work. They need SSDI and SSI benefits, but the process to get the benefits can be daunting. Call Midwest Disability, P.A., to get the legal team that specializes in helping people get these benefits.
What Are The Determining Factors For A Disability?
Residents of North Carolina who file claims need their medical records to validate their claim. They must also document that:
- Their condition is severe.
- The condition has lasted (or will last) not less than one year.
- They have been unable to work because of the injury or illness.
The Time To Process A Claim Causes Added Stress
The long wait times can cause even more distress than most people who have suffered an injury need. Our clients come from across North Carolina and the country. Our North Carolina Social Security Disability lawyers have been practicing SSDI and SSI law for more than 50 years, and we have a history of success helping clients who have been denied.
Your Caring, Compassionate Ally
We understand how frustrating the process can be for you and your family. You need an attorney who understands the legal issues and claims process. Let us help you ease these burdens and answer your questions. You don’t have to worry about what is going on because we will communicate with you at every stage.
Our reputation and experience has helped us negotiate thousands of favorable decisions and out-of-court settlements.