Making The Social Security Disability Process Easier And Successful

Is a serious disability keeping you out of work? You may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. However, the process of obtaining benefits is complex and full of red tape. An experienced SSDI lawyer can handle all of the legal details for you while giving you the best possible chance of gaining eligibility.

At the Robinson Law Office, we handle SSDI claims and appeals for clients in Evansville and throughout Indiana. In more than 35 years of practice, David Robinson has helped numerous people suffering from severe physical and mental health impairments obtain the disability checks they so badly need.

Are you also seeking long-term disability (LTD) or short-term disability (STD) from your employer-provided benefits? We can represent you in this area as well.

How Can We Help You?

There are many ways an experienced attorney can make the SSDI process easier and more successful for you. First of all, we can help you determine if you meet the eligibility requirements for SSDI. The final decision belongs to the Social Security Administration (SSA), but we know what types of evidence they are likely to find compelling and which claims are more likely to gain approval. We will compile all of the medical evidence that is necessary to prove your disability.

We can assist you in your initial application and in any necessary appeals. Hearings before SSA officials can be stressful for some, but we make our clients at ease. We will prepare you for what to expect so there are no surprises. Remember, the overwhelming majority of SSDI claims are rejected at the initial application process. An appeal is your best chance of being approved.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

If you have not worked enough to be eligible, you may be able to obtain SSI benefits, which are need-based. We are also experienced in the SSI process and have helped many clients who have not been able to work enough in the past to obtain SSDI benefits.

We Are Here To Discuss Your Claim

When you are ready to discuss your SSDI or SSI claim, we will be here for you. Please contact us online or by telephone at 812-428-6655 to schedule your free initial consultation with an experienced disability lawyer.