Monday, June 17, 2019

Social Security Disability

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AV RatingWith over ten years experience in successfully handling hundreds of Social Security claims, the Huffman Law Firm can help guide you through the treacherous waters of the Social Security System.

Every time you receive a paycheck from your employer, there is a deduction of Social Security taxes. When most people think about Social Security, they think about retirement benefits that they will draw when they reach full retirement age. However, a portion of your Social Security taxes is also used to fund a disability plan. Under Federal law, if you are injured or have some disease or illness which prevents you from working, then you may be entitled to Social Security benefits even though you are not yet at full retirement age.

The purpose of Social Security disability benefits is the same as with any other disability policy – to provide you with income when you cannot work. As with any government program, the rules for Social Security disability are complex. Although you have the right to proceed with a disability case without an attorney, statistics show that you are more likely to obtain benefits if you have the guidance of an experienced Social Security disability attorney.

With over 17 years of experience in successfully handling hundreds of Social Security claims, Huffman Law Firm, P.A. can help guide you through the treacherous waters of the Social Security system. Richard Huffman was the first attorney in the United States to represent a claimant in an electronic file hearing.

Given the complexity of the system, it is impossible to answer all of the questions and different situations that can arise. However, the following are some of the frequently asked questions concerning Social Security disability benefits. If you have specific questions about your particular situation, please feel free to call the Huffman Law Firm, P.A. at 1-800-222-3600.

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