How can a Social Security disability expert attorney help me win my case?

An expert Social Security disability attorney can ensure that everything that needs to be done to win your case is done properly.

Chad Brown Law’s primary focus is on helping disabled workers, children and survivors obtain the Social Security benefits to which they are entitled. While the Social Security system affords many Americans the right to helpful cash benefits and medical insurance through Medicare, obtaining benefits is often hard. Our lawyers in North and South Carolina can help you through any stage of the application and appeals process and answer any questions you may have along the way. Below are some of the ways we assist our clients.

  • File applications for claimant’s with all the necessary information
  • Work as a team to build a strategy to win your case
  • Brainstorm problems with your case to create solutions before the hearing
  • Explain difficult concepts related to eligibility
  • Complete all the paperwork and forms and double-check for completeness and accuracy
  • Explain how other benefits you receive may affect your disability benefits
  • Caution you against the mistakes that often lead to denied claims
  • Gather the medical and financial records you need to prove your claim
  • Help avoid delays and wrongful denials
  • Appeal the SSA’s decision if it denies your request for benefits.
  • Work with you to understand Medicare and maximize your health insurance benefits

Call Chad Brown Law today at (336) 962-5373 to see how we can help you win your disability case

Our firm focuses on three practice areas: Disability, Personal Injury, and Eminent Domain. Every practice area has attorneys who have expertise in their respective area of practice. 

Chad Brown is a North Carolina Board Certified Social Security disability law specialist. Mr. Brown helps Social Security disability claimants at all stages of the disability process. He also works with people that have Long Term Disability denials and with people that are injured by drugs and defective medical products.

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