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Andalusia Social Security Disability Lawyers

According to statistics provided by the Social Security Administration, less than 40 percent of people who apply for Social Security Disability are approved. It can be a very frustrating process to apply for benefits, to put it mildly. There is hope however, our Social Security Disability attorneys at Brock & Stout have handled thousands of disability cases and we will do everything we can to get your benefits approved. You and your family are going through a difficult time as it is, our disability attorneys are here to help. If a physical or mental disability has been or is expected to keep you from working, then we want to help you get approved for your disability benefits. The great part is that if we can’t get you approved, we don’t charge a dime. What do you have to lose? To get started with your Social Security disability case, call our Andalusia office at (334) 222-5600 or fill out the form on the right. We hope to hear from you soon.

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There are multiple types of Social Security Disability benefits offered by the Social Security Administration.

Andalusia Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

If you have a physical or mental disability and have worked in the past, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. There are a variety of different conditions that qualify for these disability benefits. The good news is that our Andalusia Social Security Disability lawyers knows the process inside and out and we will be there with you each step of the way. Applying for benefits is the first step, but most claims are denied. That is where our Social Security disability attorneys can help. To get started, fill out the contact form above or give us a call at (334) 222-5600

Andalusia Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a need-based program that depends on your assets and your income. Unlike SSDI, SSI is not dependent on a prior work history. To qualify for SSI you must be able to meet certain income limits as well as prove that you are disabled from a physical or mental condition lasting at least a year or longer. Our Social Security lawyers in Andalusia, Alabama have decades of collective experience dealing with SSI disability claims. To get started, fill out the form above or give us a call at (334) 222-5600. Remember, we won’t charge a dime unless we can get you approved for your benefits.

Our Social Security Disability Attorneys in Andalusia, AL Will Fight For Your Benefits

At Brock & Stout, we put our clients first. Customer satisfaction is our top priority, always. We know that you and your family have enough going on just trying to cope with being disabled. You need a team on your side to get you the benefits that you so desperately need. We want to be there for you. Our attorneys and legal assistants know what you’re going through, because you are not alone. We have helped thousands of people get their benefits all around Alabama. Whether you qualify for SSDI or SSI disability, we want to help. Call us today or contact our attorneys in Andalusia online and we will fight for you.

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We’ve Helped Thousands of People in Alabama Get Their Disability Benefits.

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