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Who Can Receive SSDI?

Social Security Disability Insurance is a federal program that was set up for people who have been working and paying into Social Security. If you become disabled and are unable to work, you may be able to receive benefits to supplement or maintain your financial position. The amount of money individuals can receive is determined by several factors, but the amount can be substantial.

When clients contact the Law Offices of Brian A. Barboza, we take the time to understand their situation and the events leading to their injuries. We know how frightening the process can be, and we will take the time to help you understand what to expect at every step.

How To Apply For SSDI Benefits

If you were injured and think you’re entitled to Social Security benefits, it’s important to work with a Santa Rosa SSDI attorney. Experienced lawyers know how to effectively present the details of their clients’ cases and make persuasive arguments to help individuals receive the compensation they deserve.

We work with our clients to accurately answer the questions on the Social Security application process, including:

  • What is the disability?
  • Are you unable to work? How long will you be unable to work?
  • What jobs are you qualified to do?
  • What jobs are you physically able to do?
  • What are the disability benefits?

By understanding the intimate details of our clients’ cases, we are able to determine whether they have claims that can be won. After talking with you, we will give you an honest assessment of your case. Although we can’t make guarantees about what will happen in the legal process, we can give you our opinion. If we don’t think you’ll be awarded benefits, we’ll tell you that upfront. And if we think you have a strong case, we can help you apply for the benefits you deserve.

Contact A Sonoma County Social Security Disability Insurance Attorney

If you are unable to work because of an illness or injury, we can help you understand the benefits you may be entitled to. We represent individuals like you throughout Northern California. Schedule your free initial consultation to learn more. We can be reached online or by calling 707-304-5251.