Social Security Disability Benefits

No one plans to be disabled, but now all of the sudden you may find that you can no longer work. If you worked, then you have paid into the social security system during that time. You earned these benefits through your hard work. Unfortunately, the government makes this process as difficult as possible. If you do not fill out the paperwork just right then it could cost you. The government will often refuse to pay many social security benefits (SSDI) even when they are rightfully owed. You need a Mississippi social security lawyer who knows the social security disability regulations and who can apply them to the illnesses that you are experiencing. If you wait too long before applying, you could be miss out on payments that you are owed.

We don’t collect any money unless we are successful. You don’t need to pay anything to consult with us or hire us. We will be paid at the end of the case, and only if we win. At The Rollins Law Firm, our Jackson Mississippi attorneys have been through your experiences many times. We also know how to deal with the social security administration. If your Social Security claim was denied or need if you need help with SSDI, contact our social security lawyers serving all of Mississippi. Call 601-500-5533 immediately for a free consultation.

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Learn How Social Security Disability Works For Mississippians

If you have an experienced lawyer by your side who handles everything from completing the application to hearing the SSDD appeal, your chances of winning increase dramatically.  You don’t have to go about this alone.  Our expertise and resources can provide you with the results you deserve. We will walk you through all the steps of the appeal, including the hearings.

At The Rollins Law Firm, we have been practicing law for 10 years.  We have helped thousands of people resolve their legal issues.  Our firm serves people throughout Mississippi and helps navigate the Social Security Disability maze.  If your claim was denied we can help determine if it was denied improperly and decide if an appeal is appropriate.  We have offices in Ridgeland, Hattiesburg, Clinton, Gulfport, and Columbus, Mississippi.  Our Ridgeland bankruptcy attorneys and social security lawyers have the experience to get you the benefits you have earned.  

Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits

SSDI is a program that provides benefits to people with disabilities and/or medical conditions. This program is available to those who have worked for five of the last ten years and have been dealing with a disability that will last for at least a year or result in death.  It is important that you be able to document your condition.  Medical records are the most important evidence that will be needed to prove your case.  We will help to gather this information and we can collect the records directly from your doctor, if necessary. 

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Appealing Denied Social Security Claims

Even if you think you have a good reason to get disability benefits, you may still be denied by the Social Security Administration. The Government has special criteria for defining a disability and the description that you provide on your application may not match with their criteria – and BEWARE, you have limited time to appeal a rejected claim before your case is closed. In many cases, an experienced SSD lawyer is required to help Mississippians navigate the complex social security process. At The Rollins Law Firm, We are familiar with how the Social Security Administration wants these conditions to be presented.

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With us, you are never alone.

The Rollins Law Firm is committed to providing you with quality legal assistance in claiming your Social Security disability benefits. From the moment you walk into our office, you can rest assured that your needs will be met. We are by your side throughout the benefits claiming process, from filing your application to going through the appeals process and hearings.