The Expert’s Guide to Choosing a Social Security Disability Lawyer
If you need to see a doctor, will just any doctor do? Probably not. The same goes for Social Security disability claims – not all attorneys are created equal. Sure, any attorney can advertise that he helps with disability claims, but the question is, is he any good at those cases?
A good disability attorney needs to know more than the 2,000-plus Social Security disability rules. He needs to know the ins and outs of the system – getting medical records, details of health conditions, vocational data for your area, and more. When North Carolina workers can no longer earn a living due to a disabling condition, they turn to Patton Brown Law for guidance. Take a look at our free guide to choosing a Social Security disability lawyer and if you find that you need help, we’re only a phone call away.
SSI Benefits for Children with Disabilities in North Carolina
Children grow up fast, and if you delay securing Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for a disabled child, you could be losing benefits your child deserves. If your child requires extra support for learning, general care or medical treatment, SSI can give you the funds you need to make your child’s life as comfortable and prosperous as possible.
The rules for childhood disability claims are different from adult disability claims. Don’t let these differences cost your family the benefits it deserves. North Carolina families with disabled children are encouraged to read this book and learn what it takes to submit a claim. When you’re ready to file your child’s disability claim, Patton Brown Law is here to help.