Social Security Disability is not welfare or charity. You paid for it during your working years. It is yours to claim.
If you've been severely injured at work or if you suffer from a disabling disease, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefit payments. Remember, Social Security Disability payments are not charity or welfare. While you were working, you earned and paid for these benefits through payroll deductions.
Even though you've earned your disability rights, more than 60% of all Social Security Disability claims in Arkansas are denied on the first application for benefits. Your chances to collect your payments greatly increase when you use an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer from the Baim Law Firm.
When you reach 50, the rules for Social Security Disability change in your favor. The Social Security Disability lawyers at the Baim Law Firm have all of the details. They can also help you with your private disability insurance claims. Contact The Baim Law Firm for complete information on how your Social Security Disability qualifications improve after you reach 50.
At The Baim Law Firm we handle all the details for you. Even if your Social Security Disability claim has been denied, you have the right to appeal that decision as necessary to win your claim. And remember, unless we win your claim, you owe us nothing.
We can handle your case all the way to the federal court level if need be. We have the experience and resources to help you qualify for the payments you need and deserve. If you've been denied Social Security Disability benefits, contact The Baim Law Firm. Talk to Kirby Mouser or Eric Worsham.
We are members of the National Directory of Social Security Lawyers and the National Directory of Social Security Disability Lawyers.
Contact the Baim Law Firm for your free social security disabikdty consultation. Call 800.848.2941 or 800.848.2941, visit any of our offices in Pine Bluff, Hot Springs, Hot Springs Village or El Dorado — or use the contact form above.
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