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Social Security Disability Lawyers You Can Count On

If you live in North Carolina and are disabled and are expected to be unable to work for a year or longer, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. But having a disability doesn’t automatically entitle you to receive benefits. The experienced social security lawyers at Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, P.L.L.C., will work with you and your doctor(s) to provide thorough medical documentation of your disability so you receive the benefits you deserve.

We’ll answer your questions and provide individual guidance based on your circumstances. Whether you are in Rutherford, Cleveland, Gaston, Mecklenburg, Catawba, or Lincoln counties, a Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, P.L.L.C., attorney is available to help you obtain the benefits you deserve if you are disabled.

Call (704) 228-2647 or use our online contact form.

Social Security Disability Attorney Serving Shelby, Gastonia

People with disabilities who need assistance have a strong advocate at Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, P.L.L.C. You and your family may know that you are disabled and how that affects your ability to work, but the disability also must be well documented. The disability must be severe enough to preclude you from performing gainful work according to federal guidelines.

There are hundreds of serious conditions and diseases that qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. According to research by the Council on Disability Awareness, nearly three in every 10 approved disability claims in 2011 involved diseases of the muscular-skeletal system and connective tissue disorders such as degenerative disk, arthritis, osteoporosis, rheumatism and back pain. Diseases of the nervous system and sense organs were the second most common cause of long-term disability claims. Disease of the circulatory system was the third most common cause cited among people receiving SSD, and cancer was the fourth most common condition.

However, many, many illnesses qualify for disability benefits. More than 5 percent of the U.S. workforce—a record 8.6 million workers—were receiving Social Security Disability Insurance benefits at the end of 2011. You can receive them also if you are severely disabled and unable to work. We’ll work with you to secure the disability benefits you need.

Contact Social Security Disability Lawyers in North Carolina

If you or a loved one is severely physically or mentally disabled and needs to obtain Social Security Disability benefits, talk to a Social Security lawyer at Teddy, Meekins & Talbert, P.L.L.C., today.