SSDI Legal Assistance

SSDI Legal Assistance

Americans are proud to work for a living and many of us succeed at supporting our families through our hard work and commitment to our careers. However, sometimes events transpire that are outside of our control and we are forced to take a leave of absence due to illness or disability—all of a sudden faced with the difficult task of having to make a living while we are incapacitated and unable to work.

Contact a New York SSDI Legal Assistance Attorney at (518) 426-7750 for a free case consultation.

At Smalline and Harri, our attorneys will guide you through the process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or help you file your SSDI appeal to the Social Security Administration to ensure that you receive the benefits you need. There may be many obstacles and delays to deal with on your own if you do not obtain SSDI legal assistance; our experienced attorneys are familiar with the processes involved and will help you fight for the maximum compensation you are eligible for in benefits.

Qualifying for SSDI

In order to qualify for SSDI, you must satisfy the Social Security Administration’s definition of “disabled.” The criteria for this definition includes: you are not working; your condition interferes with basic work-related activities; your condition is found in the list of disabling conditions; you cannot perform your job duties; and you cannot adjust to other work. However, even if you meet all of these conditions, you still may be denied SSDI. That is why when seeking SSDI legal assistance it is important to enlist the help of a competent lawyer.

Self Employment

Our social security attorneys will help you apply for SSDI if you are self-employed. In order to be eligible for SSDI while self-employed, you must have paid self-employment tax and/or FICA tax. At Smalline and Harri, we are intimately familiar with SSDI and the processes involved in applying for self-employment disability. Our caring attorneys will help you through the frustrating, confusing, and sometimes discouraging SSDI application process.

Contact Our Experienced Social Security Attorneys

At Smalline and Harri, we have almost 25 years of experience helping individuals and their families overcome the difficulties involved with suffering from accidents, personal injuries and disabilities. Since our attorneys work on contingency, you don’t need to make an initial investment to procure our services; our legal fees will be a percentage of your retroactive payment. Contact us to learn how we can help you through the SSDI process and receive the benefits you are legally entitled to.

Call 518-426-7750 to speak with our self employment lawyers and social security attorneys