Helping You Get Approved For Social Security Benefits
If you are disabled or recently suffered a personal injury and you can no longer work to support yourself, you need Social Security Disability benefits.
Unfortunately, the system is overburdened. For most people, it can take two to three years to receive benefits after filing. Additionally, while you may be eligible for Social Security benefits, many find the application process for these benefits to be complicated and too difficult to overcome. This results in many qualified applicants being denied due to minor issues on their application.
At Morse Busby Andrews & Terry LLP, we assist individuals through the process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The sooner your application is approved, the sooner you can receive the benefits you or your family need.
Filing For Social Security Disability Is Difficult – We Will Be There
Our goal is to do everything possible to speed up the filing process, but you will still have to be patient. Our SSDI and SSI clients deal with a tremendous amount of stress during this time that can affect their lives, their medical treatment, and their relationships between friends, family and spouses. Your Social Security Disability attorney at Morse Busby Andrews & Terry LLP will be there to support you.
Many claims for Social Security Disability benefits are denied on the first try, especially for those who file a claim without a lawyer. If you need Social Security benefits and your claim has been denied, we can represent you in the appeals process. With roots stretching back to 1949, our law firm offers a wealth of knowledge and insight into this area of law.
If you wish to apply for SSDI or SSI benefits, or were denied benefits and wish to appeal, we are here to help you. Call our Vancouver office at 855-960-6065 to discuss your injuries and your unique needs, or contact us online to set up an appointment. We serve clients throughout the region in both Washington and Oregon.