Dedicated Legal Help for Your Social Security Disability Claim
Pursuing Social Security Disability (SSD/SSDI) benefits is often a long and technical process. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. You don’t have to navigate the process alone.
At Edward B. Claxton III, LLC, I can help you through the process. I am a skilled attorney with more than 40 years of experience. You will benefit directly from my skill and insight. I will fight for you each step of the way, working hard to minimize delays, headaches and emotional distress.
What You Need To File A Claim
When you become ill or injured and know you can’t continue working, you should file your claim for benefits. Even if you are getting money from your employer or an insurance company, don’t wait to apply for benefits.
Here is what you will need to file:
- Your employer information for the past 15 years
- Earnings statement
- List of medical providers for the last two years
- List of medications for the last two years
I Can Help You With Your Claim
You can rely on my team to:
- Analyze your case to determine whether you are eligible for benefits
- Gather medical evidence
- Contact your doctors
- Represent you in hearings and in court if necessary
After A Denial
If your claim is denied, you have the right to appeal.
With my representation, you will have a much better chance of succeeding and being granted your benefits. My firm will give you the personal attention you deserve.
How Do You Get Started?
The following is helpful information to review before you submit the application:
- An overview of SSD benefits from the Social Security Administration
- The medical evidence required for your application, which is critical for avoiding initial denials
- A searchable index of downloadable forms from the Social Security Administration
Talk To Me About Your Initial Application Or Denial
Whether you are thinking about applying for SSD benefits or have already applied and were denied, I can help you pave the way toward a successful claim. You may contact my office through my website or by phone at 478-410-7025.