Social Security Disability Insurance

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Social Security Disability Insurance

(702) 307-4007

[email protected]

Practice Areas

  • Truck Accident
  • Drunk Driving Accident

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Applying for social security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA) can be an intimidating process. SSDI is a form of compelled insurance that protects workers who become unable to work. The goal of disability is to compensate those who are no longer able to participate in gainful employment, and SSDI prevents people from going to the welfare system. However, there is a bit of a social stigma associated with SSDI beneficiaries, which can make it difficult for people to navigate the SSDI process without the help of a professional. Moreover, many valid SSDI claims are routinely denied.

How do you know if you have a valid SSDI claim, and, if you do, what type of proof and documentation you will need to secure your benefits? can help you find a qualified SSDI attorney in Arizona who can help you with all aspects of your SSDI claim. First, the attorney can help you determine whether the nature of your injury or disability is one that qualifies for SSDI coverage. The attorney can help you obtain the proper documentation of your disability and ensure that your claim is filed without mistakes, which can delay or even prevent disability benefits. Moreover, the attorney can familiarize you with the SSDI process; many successful applicants go through an application, hearing, and appeals before receiving benefits, but may be discouraged after an initial denial of benefits.

Our qualified SSDI lawyers have the experience you need to handle your SSDI claims. They understand that a worker who is suddenly unable to work due to a disability is already facing significant stress and strain and they will help make the process as easy as possible for you. Visit to see an overview of the step-by-step SSDI application process and to find an attorney in your area who can help you with your disability claim.