SSD, SSI, and Your Pain
Almost any injury can result in long-term chronic pain. Besides being disabling, chronic, unremitting pain can trigger a host of other symptoms, causing depression and affecting your ability to concentrate. Not only that, but your physical capabilities for sitting, walking, and standing may be seriously impaired.
If chronic pain is keeping you from working, we will help you claim the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits you need to survive.
At The Piemonte Law Firm, our certified North Carolina SSDI and SSI lawyer and accredited disability representatives know how difficult chronic pain is for our clients. Our years of obtaining benefits for the disabled have given us a clear grasp of the benefits application process approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
If our attorney or accredited disability representative represents you and you win your SSI claim or appeal case, a percentage of retroactive benefits are slated as attorneys’ fees. From then on, your subsequent SSI payments will be 100% yours. If SSI clients have worked before but are now unemployable due to a medical condition, they may also be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Initial consultations at The Piemonte Law Firm are free, and, unless you win your case and receive benefits, there are no attorney fees.
Our seasoned team can advise you on the most successful steps towards winning your benefits claim. Our goal is to assist you in recovering your full quota of financial compensation.
To schedule a no-obligation consultation and preliminary case review by an experienced North Carolina SSD/SSI lawyer, call or email The Piemonte Law Firm today.
Chronic Pain Can Be the Basis for a Disability Claim
Once you recognize that your ongoing pain may be the basis for a disability claim, you can move toward finding benefits solutions that work for you. Talk to our skilled attorney who will help you achieve the benefits you deserve.