SSD Review Hearing Attorney
Applying for Social Security Disability Should Not Be a Guessing Game
The process of applying for Social Security Disability benefits and even appealing an unfair denial can be difficult and leave you feeling uncertain about whether you are even eligible. When you are facing a condition that prevents you from working, you need to know where you stand and what your rights are.
At the Memphis law office of Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi, PLC, we work closely with clients in Social Security Disability cases and give you the guidance and information you need to take the right steps. Don't spend another day wondering what benefits you are entitled to receive.
Get the answers you need. When it comes to questions about Social Security Disability eligibility, it is vital that you get good advice that you can act on. Even in the best circumstances, it can take a while to get the benefits you are owed. Do not lose time trying to decipher complex eligibility questions. Be sure you are filing the right documents to get the right benefits.
Talk to an Experienced SSD Attorney
At their most basic, eligibility requirements for SSD are a qualified doctor's opinion that a physical disability, illness or mental health issue will prevent you from working for at least 12 consecutive months — and you need to have earned enough work credits and have earned at least half of those work credits recently. If you are suffering from a permanent or temporary disability, you need to talk to an attorney about your claim.
Our lawyers guide you through understanding the eligibility requirements and understanding:
- How to file a claim
- What illnesses and conditions qualify
- What to do if you are denied
- Appeals and review hearings
If you are suffering from a debilitating physical or mental illness that is preventing you from working, then whether you are young or old, you may be entitled to receive much-needed benefits.
One Call, That's All ... Dial 901-526-2126 Today
Scheduling an appointment at our Memphis, Tennessee, office is as easy as calling 901-526-2126, and the consultation is free — no strings attached. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day. You can also contact us online at any time.
When you have questions about SSD eligibility, applications or appeals, put our experience to work for you.