Social Security Disability
Have You Received a Claim Denied Notice?
Unless you are bedridden or terminally ill, your Social Security disability claim has probably been denied. You are not alone. Most Social Security disability claims are initially rejected. It is common for the Peel Law Firm to secure benefits after a client has been denied twice. We help clients throughout Memphis and West Tennessee.
Contact our Millington office if you have received a second denial letter from SSD before your hearing. Contact us for a free initial consultation on how our law office can help you seek to secure your Social Security disability benefits.
Do not give up on receiving disability benefits. Like many government organizations, SSA has a bureaucracy that is cumbersome and difficult to navigate. We are here to help you seek the disability benefits your need.
Securing Disability Benefits for Clients Since 1996
Mr. Peel has been helping to secure Social Security disability (SSD) benefits for people who have been disabled and unable to work. While securing Social Security disability benefits is not a quick fix, it is well worth your time and effort.
As your lawyer, Mr. Peel will help you:
- Understand the Social Security disability application process
- Obtain the right medical diagnosis
- File all appropriate documentation in a timely manner
- Knowledgeably and assertively represent you at your hearing
Once a client retains our services, it can take over 2 years for the case to be heard by the Social Security Administration. The good news is that in the majority of our cases, we have been able to successfully obtain benefits for our clients, sometimes even before the hearing. But remember that the circumstances surrounding each case are unique and we cannot guarantee a particular result in your case.
When you have been put out of work due to a disabling injury or condition, you are entitled to benefits from the system that you have paid into throughout your life. An experienced Social Security disability attorney may make all the difference in your case and help you recover benefits.
Call to discuss receiving Social Security Disability
We represent you on a contingency basis, which means that we recover no fee unless we secure benefits on your behalf.
Please contact today to arrange for a consultation at a time that is convenient for you.