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Social Security Disability

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Disabled From Working

An important resource for North Carolinians who become disabled from working exists in the form of Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. These programs are funded by working men and women throughout their working lives and can provide significant benefits. 

They are designed to provide individuals with financial support in the unfortunate event that an injury or condition prevents them from earning an income when the required conditions are met.

Each month, thousands of North Carolinians become disabled from working and apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.  Unfortunately, many of those applying for benefits do so without the assistance of an attorney.  This can lead to confusion and denials of claims.

The Social Security Disability Insurance program is funded by working men and women like you who pay Social Security taxes with every paycheck.  This program can provide you with financial support if you become unable to earn a livable income prior to retirement age.  

The application and appeal process for these benefits can be quite lengthy and frustrating.  An attorney experienced in handling disability claims can make the process much easier, less stressful, and will represent you before an Administrative Law Judge if a hearing is necessary for the resolution of your claim.


How do I quality for Social Security Disability?
I applied for Social Security Disability and was denied. What do I do now?
What is the difference between Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits?
How much will it cost to retain an attorney to represent me?
If I am awarded benefits, how much will my monthly benefit be?
How soon can I get Medicare coverage after I am awarded Social Security Disability benefits?
What are the most common SSD claims?