Our Nashville Social Security Disability Lawyers Are On Your Side

Have you been denied for Social Security benefits? If you’ve become disabled and are unable to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. An experienced attorney can guide you through the process of pursuing your claim.

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At Flexer Law, our Nashville Social Security Disability lawyers are dedicated to helping our clients get the disability benefits they deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation. We have offices in Nashville, Murfreesboro and Columbia, and you will pay nothing unless we are successful.

Guiding You Through Every Aspect of the Process

If you have worked and paid enough Social Security taxes, you have paid for the right to obtain SSD benefits in the event of your disability. If you are not eligible for SSD, you may still be eligible for SSI if you are disabled and in financial need.

The Social Security Administration has a complex process designed to weed out disability benefits applications without merit.  Many Social Security Disability claims are denied after the first application, but you shouldn’t give up!  If you have been denied, contact our office.  Our Social Security Disability lawyers are highly familiar with the process and with what it takes to establish your eligibility for benefits and can help you appeal the Social Security Administration’s initial decision.

We regularly address issues such as:

  • Filing and appealing SSD claims: People seeking SSD benefits have several opportunities to make their case. It is important to stick with the process throughout each stage. Our law firm is devoted to guiding clients toward positive resolutions.
  • The SSD hearing process: A hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ) is the people’s best opportunity to establish eligibility for SSD benefits. Our Social Security Disability attorneys carefully prepare clients for these important hearings.
  • Has your claim been denied?: Most SSD claims are denied at the application and reconsideration stages. Most people’s SSD benefits are only granted once they have had a hearing. If your claim has been denied, you should continue to pursue it.
  • Why hire an attorney?: An experienced representative can help you navigate the SSD system. While not all SSD representatives are lawyers, an attorney has stricter ethical obligations to you and can represent you if you need to appeal your claim in court.

We understand that being unable to work due to a disability is a frustrating situation.  We are here to address your concerns about the Social Security Disability benefits process. Contact us today to discuss your options with an experienced Social Security Disability attorney.