Based Near Peachtree City: Social Security Disability Lawyers for Your Denied Claim
Our federal government systems for providing disability benefits to people who cannot work are incredibly important resources for millions of citizens. They are also overburdened and challenging to navigate successfully. A very high percentage of Social Security disability applications are initially denied, but many are approved when claimants file well-prepared appeals.
If you have a severe physical or mental impairment that keeps you from working but your Social Security disability benefits claim has been denied, do not give up. Turning to a lawyer with in-depth knowledge of appeal procedures and the evidence a judge will consider can make all the difference for your future, and we offer this knowledge at Harwell, Brown & Harwell, P.C.
Thorough Analysis and Determined Action to Advance Your SSDI or SSI Claim
Our experience and capabilities extend across both major disability programs:
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) — available to people who have worked and paid Social Security taxes for a significant period before becoming disabled
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) — for people with minimal financial assets who have impairments that prevent them from working, regardless of any prior work history
Our Newnan SSDI lawyers have helped many people throughout the Atlanta metro and elsewhere in Georgia and eastern Alabama obtain the benefits they deserve. We work closely with the individuals and families we serve and appear in hearings throughout our service area, including Columbus, Macon and North Atlanta, and elsewhere.
Focused Personal Attention, Every Step of the Way
Our disability appeals firm does not operate like services that advertise heavily all over the country — nor like any large firm that may have you meet a lawyer only minutes before a crucial appearance before an administrative law judge.
Instead, you will work on a personal level with a caring local lawyer from day one, as we assess your likelihood of success and determine the best approach to winning benefits for you on appeal. This may include adding medical evidence that better aligns your claim with the Social Security Administration (SSA) listing of impairments or strengthening other critical aspects of your application.
Please contact us today to discuss your claim and what we may be able to accomplish. We will charge no attorney fees unless you succeed in obtaining benefits, and those fees will be limited to a percentage of past-due benefits you receive upon approval of your SSDI or SSI claim.