Do You Have A Physical Impairment?
After surgery, a debilitating disease or an accident, physical injuries may leave you with a permanent disability that makes it impossible to return to work. To make sure hardworking Americans are not left without a means of support, the U.S. government established the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program. SSDI is a system in which workers contribute a portion of their earnings to build up an annuity account in the event of disability. Additionally, the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program was developed to provide financial assistance to qualifying individuals regardless of work history.
At Nicolet Law Office, we have successfully helped clients throughout Wisconsin obtain benefits for a variety of physical disabilities and mental impairments. We look forward to putting our knowledge to work for you.
Qualifying Disabilities Are Frequently Denied At First
If you have worked over the previous 10 years, chances are you qualify to claim benefits for your disability. Although your physical disability may qualify, the Social Security Disability Determination Services often see things differently. Common types of qualifying physical disabilities that are frequently denied upon initial application include:
- Back injuries and spinal disorders such as herniated disks
- Neck injuries and shoulder injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Injuries that reduce dexterity or physical mobility
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries
Other types of physical impairments that qualify for Social Security benefits include:
Were you injured at work?
We also assist workers who have been injured on the job and qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. In many cases, injured workers should begin the process of applying for SSDI immediately, in the event they are unable to return to the workplace. Depending on your situation, you might be entitled to both SSDI and SSI benefits. An experienced attorney will carefully assess your case and provide guidance.
It’s You Against The Government. Put An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side.
If you reside in Wisconsin or the Twin Cities metropolitan area in Minnesota and have suffered an injury that no longer allows you to return to work, turn to our attorneys for help. From offices in Hudson and communities throughout the region, Nicolet Law Office, has helped many people receive the SSDI benefits to which they are entitled.
For experienced, aggressive representation to help you and your family get the SSDI or SSI benefits you need and deserve, call Nicolet Law Office, at 715-377-2141 or send an email with a brief explanation of your injury. We offer a free consultation and handle all SSDI and SSI initial claims and appeals cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay no money upfront, and we only collect a percentage of the back pay you are owed.