If you or a loved one has experienced a permanently disabling illness or an injury, you may be eligible to receive Social Security benefits. The Social Security Administration administers disability benefits for millions of Americans who need help covering their expenses and medical needs, but the process of actually getting benefits can be long, confusing and discouraging.
Federal disability benefits take the form of Social Security Disability Insurance (known as SSDI or SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (known as SSI). The assistance of an experienced lawyer can be incredibly helpful in getting these benefits if you qualify for them.
At Closson, Bass & Tomberlin, we will help you get the disability benefits you need. Call our lawyers today at 229-269-4947 or 888-878-0491 to discuss your situation in a free consultation.
Navigating Bureaucracy And Roadblocks
Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration does not always award benefits to people who ask for them, even if they have serious disabilities and real needs. At the Valdosta, Georgia, law firm of Closson, Bass & Tomberlin, we understand how to navigate the bureaucratic processes and roadblocks that stand in the way of financial stability and proper medical care for our clients.
Attorney Lucy Tomberlin practices exclusively in the area of Social Security Disability. Lucy has handled thousands of disability cases, including those that concern:
- Chronic illnesses and conditions
- Accident injuries
- Survivor's benefits
- Disabled children and special needs children
- Mental disabilities and psychological injuries
- SSDI and SSI appeals and ALJ hearings
Since nearly all Social Security Disability claims are denied the first time, it is important not to give up. We can advise you if you or a loved one received a denial letter or if you are unsure about how to apply a first time.
Contact A Lowndes County Disability Benefits Attorney For A Free Consultation
Contact us at 229-269-4947 or 888-878-0491 to speak to a Valdosta Social Security Disability attorney about your situation. We can answer your questions during a free consultation. You will not be charged any legal fees unless and until you are awarded benefits.