If you become disabled due to an injury or illness and are unable to work, this can put extreme stress on you and your family. Not only will you have to undergo medical treatment for your condition, you’ll also have to find a way to pay for those medical expenses and your other bills. Additionally, you will have to find a way to tackle daily tasks and activities. Depending on your disability, this can be difficult at best and impossible at worst.
Fortunately, the federal government offers financial support to disabled individuals whose conditions prevent them from working. These disability benefit programs include Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). However, knowing that your disability prevents you from earning a living wage is not enough to qualify for benefits.
With proper legal assistance, you can file a successful disability claim that enables you to receive essential financial support.
At O’Neil and Bowman Disability Group, our Norfolk Social Security Disability lawyers provide unmatched Social Security Disability law services to disabled individuals. With over 29 years of experience representing clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, you can trust us to effectively represent your case.
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Contact the disability advocates at O’Neil and Bowman Disability Group to schedule your free consultation. We serve the following areas:
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If you’re searching for a “disability law firm near me” in any of the areas listed above, contact us today. Our attorneys fully understand the Social Security Administration’s process and guidelines for assessing SSDI and SSI claims. This means we’re uniquely equipped to help you file for disability benefits, no matter where you’re located in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Our extensive knowledge of Social Security Disability law aids us in providing compassionate, comprehensive assistance to our clients. At O’Neil and Bowman Disability Group, you’re not just another case, you’re an individual struggling with a disability, and we’re here to help support you.