Sometimes when a disability prevents a person from being able to work, the only recourse the disabled person has to survive is social security disability benefits. Most people applying for or receiving SSDI benefits would much rather be working and earning more money, but their injuries prevent them from being able to do so.
Despite what people think, these benefits are not government handouts. They are benefits that the applicant earns by working and paying Social Security taxes on their earning. If the applicant did not work enough before applying for SSD benefits, he or she will not be entitled to SSD benefits.
It is not easy to obtain Social Security Disability benefits. The Social Security Act defines disability very strictly. To be deemed disabled for SSD benefits, an applicant must establish that he or she cannot work due to a severe medical condition that has lasted or is expected to last at least one year or result in death. Also, the individual’s medical condition must prevent them from doing work that they have done in the past, and it must prevent them from adjusting to other work.
Attorneys Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson represent those fighting to get the disability benefits they deserve. Attorney Matthew Noyes is a named partner of law firm Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, P.A. Attorney Lorrie Robinson has been a member of the firm for over 14 years. As attorneys, Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson understand what an Administrative Law Judge is looking for when deciding whether or not to approve a Social Security Disability claim.
Attorneys Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson understand that those needing SSDI Benefits don’t have the money to pay attorneys to help them fight for their benefits. That is why we don’t charge our clients any attorneys’ fees or costs unless we are able to get our clients their benefits. Don’t let the fear of attorneys’ fees stop you from hiring Attorney Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson to represent you in your Social Security Disability claim.
You should not try to appear at your Social Security hearing alone. You need someone to help you convince the Judge that you are in entitled to SSDI benefits. We can help! For a free case consultation, call Attorneys Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson at 727-796-8282 or simply complete the form on this page.