Goldsboro Disability Lawyer
Whether you’re applying for the first time or appealing a denial, a Goldsboro disability lawyer can help you get the Social Security disability (SSD) benefits you deserve.
For more than three decades, Riddle & Brantley attorneys have been helping North Carolinians with disabilities in Goldsboro and beyond file disability claims, appeal denials, and get the justice they are entitled to.
Our SSD team is led by Scott Scurfield, a Board-Certified Specialist in Social Security disability law, who knows the law in North Carolina and is committed to getting the best result possible for his clients.
For a FREE consultation with a Board-Certified Social Security Disability Specialist, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the short form below.
The consultation is free and 100% confidential, and you won’t pay a dime in attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive disability benefits.
Call 1-800-525-7111 to speak with our disability legal team today.
“Roughly 60 percent of initial disability claims are denied by the SSA. A Board-Certified Specialist can improve your chances of winning approval and getting the benefits you need and deserve.”
-Scott Scurfield, Riddle & Brantley Attorney & Board-Certified Specialist
Justice for North Carolinians with Disabilities in Goldsboro, North Carolina
Riddle & Brantley is based in Goldsboro, North Carolina. This is our home and our attorneys and staff live and work in this community. We are committed to seeking justice for people with disabilities in the area.
Living with a disability can result in emotional and financial stress.
You don’t have to do this alone.
An experienced Goldsboro disability attorney can work with you to maximize your chances of receiving SSD benefits from the government.
If you suffer from a disability and are unable to work, you deserve these benefits and we would love to help if we can.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 to speak with an experienced Goldsboro disability lawyer today.
We will review your case and advise you on your legal options. There is no obligation and if you decide to hire us, there are no upfront costs or attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive disability benefits.
Call 1-800-525-7111 today or complete the fast and easy online form.
We would love to help you get the benefits you need and deserve.
Are You Eligible for Disability Benefits?
The Social Security Administration considers a number of factors when deciding whether or not you are eligible for disability benefits.
This process typically focuses on 5 important questions:
- Are you working? In order to qualify for disability benefits, you cannot earn more than $1,180 per month in wages.
- How severe is your condition? Your condition must be severe enough to significantly interfere with your ability to perform work.
- Is your disability on the SSA’s list of disabling conditions? The SSA maintains a list of conditions that automatically qualify a person for disability benefits if he or she meets certain other criteria.
- Can you do the same work? You may qualify for benefits if your condition does not permit you to perform any of the type of work you’ve done for the past 15 years, provided you meet certain additional criteria.
- Can you do any other kind of work? The SSA considers whether or not your disability permits you to do work of a different type than you have done in the past.
Types of Social Security Disability Benefits
A variety of Social Security Disability benefits are available. These include:
Disability Insurance Benefits (SSD or SSDI)
These benefits are the most commonly sought-after, and cover those with a history of working who are now disabled. In general, adults become eligible for SSD or SSDI benefits after working for at least 5 of the last 10 years. In certain circumstances, families with children with disabilities can also qualify for benefits.
Disabled Adult Child Benefits (DAC)
If a child between the ages of 18 and 22 has a disability, he or she may qualify for disability benefits if the parent(s) receive Social Security retirement benefits or Social Security Disability benefits themselves, or they are deceased.
Disabled Widow or Widower (DWB)
Widows or widowers who have lost a spouse and are greater than 50 years of age may qualify for benefits if they develop a disability within seven years of their spouse’s death. In these cases, the widow or widower must have been married to the deceased for at least 10 years in order to be eligible.
In certain situations, Social Security death benefits are also available to the children of a deceased parent.
If you believe you qualify for disability payments and are considering filing a claim or an appeal, please contact an experienced disability lawyer at Riddle & Brantley.
For a FREE consultation with a Board-Certified Specialist in Social Security disability law, please call 1-800-525-7111 or complete the short form below.
There is no obligation and you won’t pay any attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive financial compensation.
Call 1-800-525-7111 to speak with our legal team today.
We will review your case and advise you on the legal steps we believe will give you the best chance at winning a favorable decision in your disability claim.
The call is 100% confidential and there is no obligation. Please call today.
Goldsboro Disability Attorneys Who Care
At Riddle & Brantley, our attorneys have been fighting for disability benefits for North Carolinians for more than three decades. Our Goldsboro disability lawyers have more than 225 years of combined legal experience representing clients in Goldsboro and throughout North Carolina.
We are based in Goldsboro and this is our home.
For a free case review by a Goldsboro disability lawyer, please call 1-800-525-7111. You can also complete the fast and easy form below if you prefer.
“They treated my case very professionally, with respect from beginning to end.”
Our disability attorneys have experience advocating for people with disabilities at all stages of the claim process.
If you are applying for SSD benefits, or have been denied based on your initial application, we would love to help if we can.
Please call 1-800-525-7111 and let’s talk.
Remember, there is absolutely no upfront cost and there are no attorney fees unless we are successful in getting you Social Security disability benefits.
You do not have to go through this alone.