Memphis Attorneys Guiding You Through Social Security Disability Qualifications
If you are suffering from a physical or mental illness that prevents you from working, then you may be eligible for long-term disability benefits through the Social Security Administration. At the law office of Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi, PLC, we help the seriously disabled apply for these Social Security disability benefits (SSD and SSDI) and recover the compensation they need to provide for themselves and their families.
It is important to talk to a lawyer experienced in handling SSD cases. When you are looking for help and answers to keep your claim moving forward, depend on a legal partner that has built its reputation on helping Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi clients. Contact our attorneys to get the help you need.
Qualifying Illnesses and Conditions
There are a wide range of illnesses and conditions that can be classified as either a temporary disability or a permanent disability for which you may be eligible for Social Security Disability compensation, but the application and appeals process can be complicated. Without an experienced legal advisor on your side, both the answers and money you need can be difficult to get.
You should consider contacting our attorneys if you suffer from a debilitating mental or physical disability, such as:
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Epilepsy or seizures
- Chronic pain
- Chronic fatigue
- Back or degenerative disc disease
- Repetitive stress injury
- Bipolar disorder
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Post traumatic stress disorder
Many people who apply for and receive SSD benefits have more than one of these conditions or other disabling conditions not listed above. We fully review your SSD claim and any supporting evidence to explore all options for recovering 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.
If you have a qualifying condition and are owed Social Security benefits, please get the information, support and guidance you need.