There are many types of disabilities that can cause people to be unable to work. Whether you are suffering from a physical injury, long-term illness or mental disability, it may render you unable to support yourself and your family. However, there are government programs designed to assist people like yourself.
What do you do when the Social Security Administration (SSA) denies your first application for SSDI benefits? Do you worry about how to pay for your basic necessities like housing, food and clothing, not to mention the medical bills? You need an experienced lawyer on your side who will advocate on your behalf to help you receive the benefits you need.
At the North Carolina offices of Brod & Maury, PLLC, we will guide you through the entire application and appeals process to get you the benefits you need and deserve. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your situation.
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Greensboro 336-272-9302 • Reidsville 336-349-1905 • Burlington 336-570-1177 • Kernersville 336-917-6017
Many applications for benefits are denied the first time around. Our firm is primarily focused on representing clients in the Social Security Disability appeals process. We will help you understand your legal rights and protect them every step of the way.
Karen Brod is a Greensboro Social Security Disability attorney who has more than 10 years of experience, during which time she has helped hundreds of social security disability claimants. Deborah F. Maury has been practicing Social Security disability law for more than 25 years and has extensive experience handling complex appeals throughout every level of the process. We understand the medical and legal issues involved in these situations, and we will do everything we can to help you get the benefits you need with a keen attention to personal detail and compassionate counsel. We will represent you at any hearings you are required to attend, and we also offer post-approval services if you need assistance even after you have been awarded benefits.
Dedicated To Helping Disabled Individuals In North Carolina
Our firm works on a 100 percent contingency basis. This means you will not owe us any attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you. There is no risk in coming in for a free initial consultation. Contact us to schedule an appointment at one of our offices. We are available to for calls and appointments between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We have convenient parking in all four locations.