Comprehensive Social Security Disability Attorney Services for Eugene
- Social Security Disability
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Denied Disability Claims
- Qualifying Mental Disorders
- Qualifying Physical Disorders
- Dependent & Children Disability
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a benefits program specifically for low-income individuals who are either over age 65, unable to work due to a medical condition, or blind. Monthly payments from SSI can make a world of difference in the lives of the people who need them, which is why we’ve dedicated our careers to assisting our clients with all issues related to Social Security.
Denied Disability Claims
The Social Security Administration is famously fickle about approving applications for Social Security benefits. Combined with the long and confusing application process, this makes it all too easy for people who meet the criteria for benefits to have their applications rejected. No matter what the reason for your denial, Drew L. Johnson, P.C. Attorneys at Law will develop a strategy to secure a reconsideration for your case.
Qualifying Mental Disorders
Social Security disability benefits are available for anyone with a medical condition—mental or physical—that prevents them from working. Neurological disorders, anxiety, depression, developmental and learning disorders, and brain injuries can all qualify for Social Security benefits. We’ll give you an honest assessment of whether your condition qualifies and put together a plan to get the benefits you need.
Qualifying Physical Disorders
There are countless physical disorders that can prevent you from being able to work—from musculoskeletal issues to asthma, cancer, digestive problems, and more. If you’re dealing with a physical disorder, we understand the daily struggles you have to deal with and are here to help. Drew L. Johnson, P.C. Attorneys at Law will guide you through the application process so the Social Security Administration has everything it needs to approve your benefits.
Dependent & Children Disability
If you receive Social Security disability benefits, there’s a good chance your children or dependents can qualify to receive additional payments on top of your own benefits. In fact, children with disabilities may be eligible for benefits of their own. We have extensive experience helping parents obtain benefits for their children and will do everything we can to help you support your family.