Let Our Experienced North Carolina Social Security Disability Lawyers Help You Get the Benefits You’ve Earned

You have been diagnosed with an illness or an injury that leaves you unable to work and that is expected to last at least a year or to result in your death. As you struggle with your physical pain, you may also be very concerned about your loss of income. How are you going to manage financially, if you are unable to work?

Social Security Disability May Be an Option for You

If you have worked and paid into the Social Security system then Social Security disability may be an option if you become disabled. Social Security disability is not a government handout and it is not welfare. Instead, it is a benefit that you have earned by paying into the Social Security system while you were working. You paid for this benefit out of your hard-earned paycheck and you deserve to receive monthly Social Security disability benefits now that you are disabled.

Your unique disability will be considered when you submit a Social Security disability application. We have helped many people get fair Social Security disability benefits, including people who suffer from the following types of medical conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Heart conditions
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Epilepsy
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Other neurological disorders
  • Back pain
  • Muscle or joint disorders
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Vision loss
  • Hearing loss
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Hematological disorders
  • Skin disorders
  • Endocrine disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Other mental disorders
  • Immune system disorders

If you suffer from any of these medical conditions—or any other disability—then you will need to submit a complete Social Security disability application together with supporting medical documentation to show that you are unable to do the work that you did before you became disabled or any other kind of work. Once your claim is approved, you will receive monthly benefits based on the amount of your past wages, up to a maximum amount allowed by law.

It Can Be Difficult to Get the Social Security Disability Benefits You Deserve

The wait for Social Security disability benefits can be many months long—even in the easiest of cases where eligibility is straightforward and the initial application for benefits is complete.

However, the majority of Social Security disability cases are not approved at the initial application stage. Instead, many Social Security disability applications are denied because preventable mistakes were made on the initial applications. This results in unnecessary delays in benefits and stressful appeals.

It is our goal to get your initial application approved the first time. However, if your application is denied then we will not hesitate to file an administrative appeal or to pursue your fair recovery in federal district court.

Work With Our Experienced Social Security Disability Lawyers to Get the Benefits You’ve Earned

Social Security disability is a complicated area of the law. According to the North Carolina State Bar, there are fewer than 50 attorneys in the state who are Board Certified Specialists in Social Security disability law. Attorney Vance Jennings at Brent Adams & Associates is one of the Board Certified Specialist Social Security Disability lawyers in North Carolina and the only one in Dunn.

Our legal team has the experience to help you at any stage of your Social Security disability case—from your initial filing through your final appeal. With local offices in Raleigh, Fayetteville, and Dunn, we can help you protect your rights and receive the Social Security disability benefits that you have earned through your years of hard work.

Let us handle the hassle and headaches of gathering paperwork, completing applications, dealing with the Social Security Administration, and appealing any wrongful denials of your claim. This will allow you to focus on your health and your family. To learn more, contact us today. Let’s set up a free, no-obligation meeting to discuss your right to Social Security disability benefits and how best to get those monthly benefits into your bank account.