Social Security Claims
The Social Security Administration offers several benefit programs each with specific guidelines for qualification and application. The two most common benefits available are:
- Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB)
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Many factors affect whether you are eligible for these benefits including your physical and mental state, your ability to perform work and hold a job, whether your condition will last beyond one year or result in death, and whether you have worked long enough to qualify for each program.
If you have already applied for benefits but your claim was denied, you have a short window of opportunity to appeal that decision and preserve your disability rights. If you miss the appeal deadline, you will have to reapply and could lose the right to certain benefits.
Experienced Social Security Lawyers can sort through the complicated rules and requirements to explain your options and guide you through the application process or help you appeal a denial of benefits. You deserve a knowledgeable attorney by your side at the Social Security Hearing where you have the opportunity to tell your story to the person who decides your Social Security claim.
At Armstrong & Vaught, we will assist you throughout your Social Security claim from the initial application, to appearing with you at the face-to-face Social Security Hearing, to receiving the final decision and explain your options each step of the way. We only get paid if you receive benefits. You will have no out-of-pocket expenses or legal fees if you do not receive benefits.
Don’t Miss Your Chance To Make a Claim
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Oklahoma Social Security attorney to understand your disability benefit rights. You have absolutely nothing to lose.
We take all cases on a contingency fee — in the rare event you do not receive the benefits you deserve, you pay no attorneys fees. Call us at (918) 582-2500 or toll-free at (800) 722-8880 or complete the simple form below.