The team of board-certified Texas disability lawyers at Morgan & Weisbrod specializes in Social Security Disability and can guide you through the application or appeals process. Abogados con experiencia en descapacidad del Seguro Social.
Losing your ability to work due to an illness, condition, or serious injury can leave you feeling depressed, useless, overwhelmed, and powerless. The inability to provide for yourself or your family can feel even more frightening.
While the Social Security Disability insurance program is in place to help support Americans who can no longer work because of a disease or accident, it can often be a difficult and complex road for those seeking benefits - even those who are clearly unable to continue their jobs. Applications for disability benefits can be denied for merely technical reasons, and the appeals process can prove complicated and hard to understand to those unfamiliar with disability law.
If you are putting together an initial application for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), an experienced and knowledgeable disability benefits attorney can help ensure that you have the best chance of receiving the benefits that you deserve.
The one law firm in Texas that only handles disability benefits cases.
At Morgan & Weisbrod, we specialize in disability cases. With offices in Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston, we have more board-certified Social Security Disability attorneys than any other firm in the nation, and we only take on clients seeking disability benefits. Very simply, we know disability law and the steps to take to get you benefits. With a thirty-year history and over eight decades of combined legal experience, we have helped hundreds of disabled Texans secure disability money after they were no longer able to work.
We have helped clients secure benefits at every level of the process outlined by the Social Security Administration (SSA), from the initial application to all four levels of state appeal to Federal Court Appeals. Also, we only charge our clients if they win their disability claims.
We give your claim the time and attention it deserves - and get results.
We understand that the way to successfully win Social Security Disability claims is to understand our clients and their conditions. What does this mean for the people with whom we work? We take the time to answer questions, talk to you in person or on the phone, and get to know your story.
You can receive Social Security Disability for a wide range of diseases and illnesses, as long as your condition prevents you from returning to work or being employed. Here are just a few common examples of the types of disability cases we have handled in the past:
- Heart disease and heart failure
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Head injuries and traumatic brain injuries
- Crohn's disease
- Liver disease
- Kidney failure
- Depression and anxiety
- Bipolar disorder
- Chronic pain and fibromyalgia
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Spine disorders or injuries
- Back pain, back injuries, or ruptured disks
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Blindness and loss of vision
Talk to one of our attorneys today, and put your case in the hands of an expert.
We understand how overwhelmed you feel right now. You or a loved one may be unable to continue working because of a health problem. You may not know how you will pay for your groceries or cover your next rent check. You may have just received word that your Social Security Disability application was denied.
Let us take the burden off of your shoulders. After we hear your story and examine your case, we will take the reins and organize your application or appeal. We will worry about the legal aspects of your case, collecting your medical records and other evidence, and the needs of the Social Security Administration. You can concentrate on your health and your family.
Want to learn more about your disability case and start the process? Call us toll free at 1-877-898-1581 for a confidential case evaluation, or visit our contact page to send us your information.