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Social Security Disability Lawyers in West Tampa, FL - Social Security Disability Claim

Social Security Disability Lawyers in West Tampa, FL

West Tampa Social Security Disability

3705 N Himes Ave
Tampa, FL 33607

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West Tampa Social Security Disability

A significant injury or illness can leave you unable to work again. Fortunately, there is financial help available if this ever happens to you. The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits to individuals who have become mentally or physically impaired and are no longer able to work.

Enlisting the services of a qualified attorney to assist you with your Social Security disability claim will greatly increase your chance of winning benefits. An experienced Social Security disability attorney can ensure that your request for benefits is filed correctly and that it moves in a timely fashion.

Contact Morgan & Morgan in West Tampa, FL

At Morgan & Morgan, our Social Security disability lawyers will be with you every step of the way. From the initial application stages through any necessary appeals and hearings, we will be there to guide you through the process.

To learn more about how our West Tampa Social Security disability lawyers can help, fill out our free, no-obligation case evaluation form. The sooner we get started on your case, the closer you will be to receiving the benefits that you deserve.

Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits

Having a disability alone will not qualify you for SSDI benefits. You must also have earned a sufficient number of work credits to be eligible for benefits. The number of work credits you have earned is determined by how long you have worked, and if you paid Social Security taxes. 

Because the SSDI program is based on earned work credits, after you stop working, it will eventually lapse. You generally have 5 years from the time you stopped working to show that you have become disabled. Once it is determined that you have enough work credits and that your insurance has not expired, you will then need to show that you have a severe impairment that will last a year or more.

How Can A Social Security Disability Attorney Help?

A Social Security Disability attorney can help you determine if you qualify for SSDI benefits and relieve you of the burden of navigating through this complicated and frustrating system. Here are some examples of the many things the Social Security Disability attorneys at Morgan & Morgan will do to make the process easier for you:

  • Gather all of your medical records to present a complete picture of your disability.
  • Assist you with filing your initial claim.
  • Identify what can be done to improve your chances on appeal.
  • Guide your claim through the appeal process.
  • Get expert medical opinions on your condition and how it renders you unable to work.
  • Call expert witnesses to testify before the judge at your disability hearing.

Why Choose Morgan & Morgan?

  • Our West Tampa Social Security disability lawyers know how this complex process works from the inside out, and will guide you every step of the way.
  • We believe that every case deserves a thorough evaluation and our full consideration.
  • We have an excellent track record of success. To date, we have won over $15  billion for our clients.
  • We have 800+ attorneys worldwide, who Fight For The People, Not The Powerful.

Contact Morgan & Morgan in West Tampa, FL

If you are in the West Tampa area and want more information about qualifying for SSDI benefits, the West Tampa Social Security disability attorneys at Morgan & Morgan are here to answer any questions you have.

If you have already been denied benefits, do not give up. Call our West Tampa office or visit our contact page to arrange a free, no-risk case evaluation.

We handle Social Security disability cases on a contingency basis. This means that you do not pay us anything unless we help you obtain the disability benefits you need. So, call us today!

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Last updated on Dec 22, 2022