Social Security Disability

MISSISSIPPI SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY LAWYERS

Government Benefits for Disabilities

If you were injured and are unable to work, there are probably numerous concerns going through your mind. How will you pay your household bills? How will you feed your children? How will you survive if you cannot work? While Social Security Disability Insurance seems like an attractive option, many people are denied benefits the first time they apply.

At Hopkins, Barvié & Hopkins, P.L.L.C., we think Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) should be available to anyone who qualifies and needs the financial assistance. Our team has over 65 years of experience helping clients throughout Mississippi receive the disability benefits they need to live. Schedule your free initial consultation with an experienced attorney by contacting us online or by calling 228-864-2200.

Presenting a Compelling Snapshot of Your Situation

Social Security Disability Insurance — unlike most personal injury matters — is a snapshot of your entire physical being. Any reason why you cannot be gainfully employed must be included in your SSDI application. We represent clients who suffer from mental or physical disabilities, or any combination of the two.

When we represent clients, we help them complete all the necessary forms and petitions to receive the benefits they need. We conduct a thorough intake, carefully review their medical history and make sure their medical information is complete. We also ensure that the judge has and understands all the details he or she needs in order to make a fair and informed decision. Contact us online or call 228-864-2200  to schedule your free initial consultation with an experienced Social Security Disability Insurance lawyer.

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