Social Security Disability is the largest of several Federal programs that provides assistance for people with disabilities. If you are or will be disabled for at least one year, you may qualify for SSDI benefits.
In the big nation-wide Social Security firms, you are just a number. You may not meet an attorney until the day of your hearing.
At the Law Office of Morgan J. Gray, P.C., from the first meeting until the hearing, you will work one-on-one with an attorney who knows you and your conditions. Morgan will build a relationship with you that allows them to offer the absolute best legal advocacy from the application to an appeal.
Navigating the process can be confusing and frustrating. Many cases, particularly those with more complex medical issues, are denied.
Here at the Law Offices of Morgan J. Gray, P.C., we have helped hundreds of people apply for Social Security Disability. We can guide you through the process, answer your questions and take care of the legal work,
Whether you are filing for the first time or appealing a denial, we will make sure you have the best possible chance of receiving the benefits you deserve, all while minimizing your stress and anxiety about the process.
Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, is a program that offers Social Security benefits for people who have never worked or have not worked enough to be eligible for SSDI and have limited assets. It can be more difficult to obtain SSI. At the Law Offices of Morgan J. Gray, we have been able to help many applicants receive SSI, even in cases where there have been previous unsuccessful applications.
Contact us today to meet with one of our compassionate attorneys to discuss your social security claim. There is never any fee until you are successful in your application.
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