Social Security is a vital program that provides financial assistance to millions of Americans. At Jenkins-Bryant & Surrette, we have the experience and knowledge to help you successfully navigate the Social Security benefits process.
Don’t face the government alone — let us help you through this complicated process.
What is Social Security Law?
As an insurance program that provides disability benefits to qualifying individuals, Social Security isn’t always straightforward. To receive social security disability benefits, an individual must demonstrate that their illness or injury prevents them from working and is expected to last at least one year or result in death.
In most cases, eligibility for social security disability means the individual’s medical records must show that they have a severe physical or mental impairment that limits their capacity to perform substantial gainful activity (SGA). This determination must be made after carefully evaluating the individual’s medical condition, prior work history, and other related factors.
How Can a Social Security Attorney Help You?
Not receiving your rightful Social Security benefits? An experienced attorney can help.
For those needing to understand their rights, or navigate the difficult Social Security disability benefits process, consulting with a social security attorney is one of the best ways to ensure that you get a fair shot at approval and receive all of the benefits to which you’re entitled.
A social security lawyer can review your case and provide insight into potential legal strategies that can increase your chances for success without having to face the government alone.
Why is Jenkins-Bryant & Surrette Different?
Applying for Social Security benefits can be confusing and overwhelming. Without the help of skilled legal representation, the process can not only be complex, but feel impossible.
Jenkins-Bryant & Surrette has the experience and knowledge to help you successfully navigate the Social Security benefits process. We’ll work with you every step of the way to ensure that you receive the benefits you deserve.