Social Security Disability

You're more likely to receive SSD benefits at the early stage if you have an experienced attorney working for you.

Statistics show that the great majority of Social Security Disability claims are rejected at the initial stages. To receive disability benefits, a claimant often must attend a hearing before an administrative law judge. Although it is possible to win a case without the assistance of a Social Security Disability lawyer, hiring such a specialist ensures the strength of your disability case.

The SSD attorneys at The Law Office of Nick Stein have more than a half-century of combined legal experience helping clients in New Albany and communities throughout Indiana. We have thorough knowledge of the complexities of the Social Security Disability benefits process and can explain clearly the challenges that our clients face.

When Should I Contact A Lawyer?

The sooner, the better. If you've considered applying for Social Security Disability benefits, contact a Social Security Disability attorney right away. We offer free consultations, which you should take advantage of as early in the process as possible.

  • Free Social Security Disability case consultation
  • Years of experience in Social Security cases
  • High familiarity with Social Security law and regulation
  • Complete confidentiality due to attorney-client privilege
  • Our Social Security Disability lawyers are paid on contingency, meaning we win only if you win

Were You Denied Social Security Disability Benefits In Floyd County?

With our 50-plus years of experience in the courtroom, our Social Security Disability lawyers are highly familiar with the process a case must go through. Our lawyers know how to make your case as strong as possible. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling or emailing our firm today.

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