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Social Security Disability Attorney in Lexington

Fighting for Your Rights to Fair Compensation

If you’ve been injured prior to reaching retirement age and are unable to work, you may be eligible for social security disability compensation. Federal law states that you must be off work for a year or be expected to be off work for a year to qualify for social security disability benefits. Filing for disability is a complicated and sometimes frustrating process that requires a lot of attention to detail. Gilbert Law Group PLLC is a workers’ compensation firm in Lexington that has the extensive experience and understanding of this process to guide you through every step of the way.

If your disability claim has been denied, our SSDI attorneys can help you take the next steps. The federal government recognizes various impairments that are severe enough to prevent work. If your disability is not listed, a judge can make an exception.

Our firm has successfully represented clients with impairments that include:

  • Work injuries, such as a back injury or repetitive strain injury
  • Mental impairments, such as depression or retardation
  • Physical impairments, such as a deformity
  • Heart disease
  • HIV / AIDS
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer

Whatever your impairment, our social security disability attorneys in Lexington can help strengthen your disability claim. We can direct you to physicians who can file detailed reports about your condition. Our skill and experience help us move your claim quickly and efficiently through the appeals process.

Injured and unable to work? Stop stressing and contact Gilbert Law Group PLLC at (859) 594-7540.

What to Do if Your Claim is Denied

Having your disability claim denied is not uncommon. Many times, it takes further efforts to attain compensation. After your initial claim is denied, an attorney can help you confidently move on to appeals. If you have received a Notice of Denial from the Social Security Disability Administration, contact Gilbert Law Group PLLC as soon as possible.

How We Can Help:

  • Our Lexington social security disability attorneys can assist you through the reconsideration, request for hearing, and appeals, as well as make sure you meet the deadlines for filing.
  • Whether your disability claim is resolved early or must ultimately proceed to hearing, we are your advocate in the appeals process.
  • We can also help determine if you are qualified to receive supplemental security income (SSI), Medicare benefits, and/or Medicaid benefits.

Fair & Affordable Representation

Our social security disability firm in Lexington offers a free initial consultation in order to hear your case and determine if we are the right fit for each other. We don’t take cases that we aren’t confident about. We also work on a contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t get paid unless we have a successful outcome with your case. It is our goal to not incur any additional costs when handling social security disability claims. We don’t collect attorneys’ fees unless we collect benefits for you.

Contact Gilbert Law Group PLLC at (859) 594-7540 to talk with an attorney about your denied disability claim.

What Makes Us Unique?

  • Personal One-on-One Attention You Deserve

  • We Offer Free Consultations For All Clients

  • You Meet with an Attorney Not a Case Manager

  • Dedicated and Professional Legal Team

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    “Thank you for your professionalism and open-mindedness. You and your client did a wonderful job at presenting your position.”

    Dan

  • I just wanted to thank you and your staff for helping me resolve my workers comp case.

    “I just wanted to thank you and your staff for helping me resolve my workers comp case. ”

    Leonard L.

  • Whether we win or lose we think you all did a remarkable job.

    “You were stellar in that hearing room, you went to bat for me and I thank you so much.”

    Tim S., Winchester