Clemmons Disability Lawyer
Are you applying for disability benefits, or appealing a denial? You may be looking for a Clemmons disability lawyer.
The experienced disability lawyers at Riddle & Brantley have been serving clients in the Clemmons area and throughout the Piedmont Triad for decades. We would love to help you get the benefits you need and deserve if we can.
For a FREE consultation with a disability lawyer serving Clemmons, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the short form below.
There is no obligation and you’ll only pay attorney fees if we successfully obtain Social Security disability benefits for you.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s review your case.
“We’ve been fighting for North Carolinians with disabilities for more than three decades and are proud to serve those in Clemmons and the Triad.”
Have you been denied Social Security disability?
Unfortunately, the reality is that roughly 70 percent of initial claims for disability are denied by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
If you’ve been denied benefits, do not be discouraged.
There are many options for appealing a denial, and our disability lawyers serving Clemmons can walk you through the process.
Statistics show that you should consider hiring a Social Security disability attorney to assist with your claim.
According to recent research, while just 34 percent of those who did not hire a disability lawyer were ultimately approved for benefits, 60 percent of those who did hire an attorney were ultimately approved.
That’s a significant difference. Don’t gamble on your potential benefits.
To speak with a disability lawyer helping clients in Clemmons and the Triad, please call 1-800-525-7111.
The consultation is free and there are never any upfront costs or attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive Social Security disability benefits.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 today for a free consultation and case review.
Riddle & Brantley’s Social Security disability team is led by Scott Scurfield, a Board-Certified Specialist in SSD who has experience fighting for North Carolinians in the Clemmons area and beyond.
As a Specialist, Scurfield has demonstrated proficiency and experience practicing disability law and has been recognized by the North Carolina State Bar.
Specialists like Scurfield dedicate a significant amount of time to handling disability cases and can benefit their clients through their knowledge of the Social Security system.
“There are no guarantees when seeking disability benefits, but a Specialist can help improve the chances that you are approved.”
-Scott Scurfield, Riddle & Brantley disability lawyer and Board-Certified Specialist
For a FREE case review with a Board-Certified Specialist familiar with the Clemmons area, please call 1-800-525-7111.
You can also complete the fast and easy form below if you prefer.
There are no upfront costs and no attorney fees unless we successfully get Social Security disability benefits for you.
“Do I qualify for disability?”
The criteria the Social Security Administration uses to determine whether or not you qualify for disability benefits can be complex.
A disability lawyer with experience in Clemmons and the Triad can walk you through the entire process and help evaluate your case.
In the meantime, familiarize yourself with these five important questions the SSA uses to determine your eligibility for SSD or SSDI benefits:
- Are you currently working? In order to qualify for disability benefits, you must not be making more than $1,260 in wages.
- What is the extent of your condition? To qualify for benefits, you’ll need to demonstrate to the SSA that your disabling condition “significantly interferes” with your ability to perform work.
- Is your disability in the “Blue Book”? The SSA uses a list — sometimes called the “Blue Book” — of conditions that may automatically qualify you for disability provided you meet certain other criteria.
- Are you able to perform work you’ve done previously? In order to qualify, you’ll need to demonstrate that you are unable to perform the same type of work you’ve done within the last 15 years.
- Can you perform a different type of work? If you’re unable to perform work similar to what you’ve done in the last 15 years, you’ll also need to prove to the SSA that you cannot perform a different type of work.
For help evaluating your case and determining the best legal options for pursuing your disability claim, please call 1-800-525-1711 for a FREE consultation.
One of our attorneys with experience in the Clemmons NC area will listen to you, advise you on your options, and if you decide to hire us, fight tirelessly for the benefits you need and deserve.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the short form below for your free consultation.
We understand what you’re going through.
Living with a disability can be extremely challenging. In addition to the physical challenges and emotional burden, you may also be faced with expensive medical bills.
Social Security disability payments can help improve your quality of life.
You don’t have to go through this alone.
“I would recommend Riddle & Brantley to anyone who needs help with disability.”
Our Connection to the Triad
Our commitment to clients in Clemmons and elsewhere in the Triad is personal. Many of our attorneys and staff have close personal ties to the area and our managing partner, Gene Riddle, graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1985.
To speak with a Board-Certified Social Security Disability Specialist serving Clemmons and the Triad, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the short form below.
There is never any obligation and you won’t pay a dime in attorney fees unless we’re successful and you receive Social Security disability benefits.
The current wait time with the SSA is approaching two years and getting longer. In certain situations, a disability lawyer may be able to help expedite your case.
Contact us today and let’s review your case. Please call 1-800-525-7111 for a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced disability lawyer serving the Clemmons area.
We believe Justice Counts for North Carolinians with disabilities and we would love to fight for your rights if we can.