Social Security & Disability
To be awarded benefits, both SSDI and SSI programs require proof of eligibility and disability for that program.
The laws that define Social Security disability requirements can often be confusing. Technical definitions combined with legal jargon make it difficult to understand the qualifications and the process for obtaining benefits.
Because of the technicalities and complexity in developing a case, you should consider having an attorney represent you if you are applying for disability benefits or if you have been denied benefits. At Pasley & Nuce, you will receive a free initial consultation with an attorney who will help you understand your options and give you honest straight forward advice about your case.
If you decide to retain Pasley & Nuce to help you with your disability claim, you do not have to pay anything up front and you owe nothing unless we are successful.
No attorney can guarantee that you will be awarded SSDI or SSI benefits. However, at Pasley & Nuce, we can promise you that we will work hard to give your case the best chance for success.
If you have any questions about this or any other legal matter, call Pasley & Nuce today at any of our three locations for your free consultation. Pasley & Nuce, Help when you need it most.