If you lost your job or unable to find stable work due to a physical or mental condition, you and your family may be eligible for disability benefits to help you in this difficult time. However, just because you lost your job doesn’t necessarily mean you are guaranteed disability coverage.
Social Security Disability coverage is meant exclusively for those who lost their career or salaried job due to physical or mental conditions that damage their ability to find stable work. We highly recommend that any individuals, who have had their ability to work taken away by significant health issues, should absolutely consider filing for the social security disability program.
It is important to remember that the social security disability program is a full coverage program that doesn’t cover temporary or partial disabilities or short-term job loss. These programs are exclusively for those who lose their ability to work for at least a year or more and are left with few options to support themselves or their families.
Without a stable source of income recovery can be made even more difficult than it needs to be. The legal team at the Social Security Counseling Center can help ensure that you have access to the safety net and compensation you may be entitled to.
First, there is never a charge for consultation. Call as much as you wish and ask all of the questions that come to mind. You will not be charged.
Return all phone calls within 24 hours.
Assist with payment issues AFTER the case is won. Many attorneys leave the client on his or her own after the fee is paid but we will always be there for you.
Provide guidance on attempting to work without jeopardizing benefits.
Assist with continuing disability review issues.
Filing For Social Security Disability or SSI? Filing For Both? Our SSDI attorneys can help you file for benefits. Call to discuss your situation with us today.
Call the Counseling Center and speak to one of our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys before filing your claim.
Have a plan BEFORE you file. An early mistake can have lasting effects.
Speak with your treating doctor(s) to make sure they support your claim for disability. Verify any information the SSA gave you by calling our Center.
Dear Mr. Weisberg. I just wanted to thank you for your presentation on Social Security Disability and SSI to members of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul last Saturday. Our evaluation response indicated that our members were very grateful for the information you presented and considered you a very effective presenter.
I have enjoyed working with Cliff Weisberg since back in the early 1990’s. During that time, his commitment and passion for children with disabilities. His effort to organize a law practice focusing upon helping the underserved who have disabilities has been so important to the families I serve: Families having children with severe inherited bleeding disorders. These disorders often prevent parents from holding jobs because their children are hospitalized so often. Working with Cliff to help parents obtain SSI coverage has made it possible for these parents to have financial resources, albeit small in amounts, that make it possible to take care of their children without being totally financially devasted. I totally endorse Cliff Weisberg for being an attorney who has and still does go above and beyond. I am very thankful for him!
Thank you for all your assistance in obtaining my Social Security Disability Benefits. I want to wish you a Happy New Year. PS. Thanks for putting up with all my questions!
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