Memphis Social Security Disability Attorneys

Memphis SSDI Attorney Darrell Castle of Social Security Disability Firm

If you’re unable to work because of a disability or injury, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits, also known as SSD or SSDI. As a Memphis SSDI attorney, I can help.

Legal Help with SSDI Application

Anyone can apply for SSDI benefits, but the majority of people (as many at 70%) get denied the first time around. Reasons vary, but some of the most common factors include:

  • Lack of medical records
  • Missing documentation of work history
  • Not enough medical evidence
  • Unclear description of how your work life has been affected
  • and more.

Sadly, many of these factors are totally preventable with the help of an attorney.

A qualified SSDI lawyer saves you time, money, and heartbreak: we help you prepare an application from the very beginning and don’t get paid anything unless you’re approved. Even then, by law we only receive a small percentage of your past-due benefits, so you still access all the funds you need moving forward.

Attorney for SSDI Appeal

If you’ve been denied already, don’t give up, and don’t try to deal with it by yourself. You only have 60 days to appeal, and if you do so without figuring out what went wrong, you’ll just be denied all over again.

Studies show getting an SSDI attorney vastly improves your chances of winning an appeal. A good disability attorney can help you:

  • Find what was missing from the original application
  • Track down any missing materials, and
  • Strengthen your case if necessary

If you need to appeal your SSDI claim, a lawyer might make all the difference.

Choosing a Memphis SSDI Attorney

Federal law regulates how much an SSDI attorney costs, and that means you don’t have to price shop for the cheapest option. You can choose an attorney who cares about you and your situation, without worrying if you can afford it.

As someone dealing with a disability, you want an attorney who will be sensitive to your needs:

  • Will they work with your schedule?
  • Can they come to you, if necessary?
  • Do their other clients speak well of them?

We have a 5-star rating on Avvo, an A+ from the BBB, and have even received national awards for client satisfaction. It’s our privilege to help people who are going through tough situations, and that includes you and your loved ones.

You have nothing to lose in finding a trusted, qualified SSDI attorney. In fact, it could make the difference between a lifetime of struggle and a rewarding process.

Contact us today to get started. The conversation is totally free. We look forward to speaking with you!