Social Security Disability Lawyers

Social Security Disability Lawyer in Bristol, TN and Asheville, NC

If you are unable to work due to a disease, condition or disability, you may be eligible to receive government assistance in the form of Social Security Disability benefits (SSD).

The Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia Social Security Disability lawyers at Large and Associates offer free and confidential appointments to discuss your rights.

SSD provides monthly cash benefits for persons who are totally disabled. In most cases you must have a condition (or multiple conditions) that prevent you from being employed for at least 12 months or that will result in your death. In order to receive benefits, you must have worked in recent years (in most cases, 5 out of the last 10 years).

The process of applying for SSD is complicated, and over half of the claims submitted to the Social Security Administration are initially denied. Having a Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia Social Security Disability attorney on your side can make a real difference.

There are several avenues to appeal these decisions. Large and Associates, has years of experience in successfully filing and appealing SSD claims. We will assist you with completing your application and increase your chances of getting approved on the first try. If you are denied disability benefits, we will guide you through the appeals process and assure that you are well represented if your case requires a hearing.

Take advantage of the expertise and experience our law firm offers in Social Security Disability; call the Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia disability attorneys at Large and Associates, at (423) 968-4969.

Our initial consultation will be free of charge. Attorney fees in most SSD cases are one fourth of the recovered back benefits, with a maximum fee established by the Social Security Administration.

Large and Associates will not charge any legal fee if SSD benefits are not awarded.

Call 423-968-4969 (TN/VA) or 828-214-3756 (NC)  today for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your rights.