If you are unable to work and you have paid into the national Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) plan with payroll deductions or direct payments for at least 10 years prior to your injury, you are entitled to seek disability payments. Boyd, Rummell, Carach, Curry, Kaufmann, & Bins-Castronovo is here to help you file for those initial claims and appeal denied claims.
Did you know that a large percentage of all initial claims for physical or mental disabilities go unfulfilled, because they are rejected and the claimants give up. Others may appeal, but because they don’t understand how the SSDI process works, those appeals are unsuccessful.
We have years of experience in working with SSDI hearing boards. The process is complex and a claim or appeal won’t be settled overnight, but our attorneys complete a full evaluation of your case to ensure we build the strongest possible case in your favor.
We’ve represented clients with a number of SSDI claims, including:
- Bipolar disorder
- Mental disability
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Auto-immune disease
- Cancer disability
- Multiple Sclerosis disability
- Social security for 55 and older
- Physical disability
- Back pay SSDI
- Permanent and closed periods of disability
If you believe you are entitled to social security benefits, contact our office for a free consultation.