Experienced Social Security Disability Lawyers

Social Security Disability benefits help many people in Georgia who live with temporary or permanent disabilities achieve the financial support they need when working becomes difficult or impossible. The process of seeking benefits, however, is not always easy and leaves many people frustrated or overwhelmed.

At Klob & Larrison Attorneys in Loganville, we are here to help. Whether you need assistance with your application or your Social Security Disability claim was denied, our attorneys and staff members can walk you through the process.

At our law firm, we treat our clients like family. Your application or appeal is our priority. While we can never promise results, we can promise to make your case a priority. It is our goal to ensure that you have the knowledge you need to make the right decisions for you.

Who Is Eligible For SSD?

To qualify for SSD, you must meet numerous qualifications. While our lawyers will walk you through the entire list, they include:

  • Your former employment must have been covered by Social Security.
  • You must be unable to work for a year or more because of an injury, disability or illness.
  • Your medical condition must meet the Social Security Administration's definition of disability.
  • You must have a total disability, not a partial or short-term disability.

How We Can Help You

Applying for disability benefits is not as simple as many people think. You must show your work history, paperwork from your doctor and other important information to prove that you need benefits. One small mistake on your application or forgetting one piece of information can result in a denied claim.

No matter where you are in the process, our attorneys can help. If you are just now considering SSD benefits, we can help you apply. If you applied and your claim was denied, we can help you appeal the decision.

Call Us Today To Get Started

Arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys today. Call 770-554-8100 or send us an email.