Mission Bend disability lawyer Marc Whitehead focuses on long term disability insurance and ERISA litigation, Social Security Disability and Veterans’ disability benefits.
If you have recently become unable to work due to physical or mental conditions, you may be eligible to receive disability benefits. However, to help ensure you receive the benefits you deserve, it is important to work with an experienced Texas disability lawyer.
Preparation is key when it comes to getting results. Marc Whitehead & Associates are knowledgeable in all areas of disability insurance law. Attorney Whitehead is Board Certified in Social Security Disability Insurance law, and is an Accredited Veterans Claim attorney.
How a Mission Bend Disability Lawyer Can Help
In order for your disability claim to be successful, you must accurately show the effect a disabling condition has on your ability to work. This is true whether you are filing a claim under a long term disability insurance policy, for Social Security Disability Insurance, or filing a claim for service-connected veteran’s disability benefits.
What counts is that the deciding entity (or a court of law) is convinced that you are truly disabled. Whether you suffer from nerve damage, PTSD, back pain, chronic fatigue or heart disease — our attorneys and legal team will develop and prepare the kind of documentation and arguments needed to prevail with your claim.
Mission Bend Long Term Disability Insurance Attorney
You may seek benefits under a private disability insurance policy or under group long term disability insurance coverage. Few people really understand all of the fine print in their insurance policies. Add to that, insurance providers are powerful corporations who bring an arsenal of denial strategies and tactics into play.
Consequently, policyholders find themselves at a disadvantage when the insurance company denies their legitimate disability insurance claim. It generally takes a seasoned disability attorney to level the playing field.
Social Security Disability Lawyer Serving Mission Bend
If you were denied Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, you are not alone. Over 70 percent of initial SSDI applications are denied. The application process itself is part of a complex system that is difficult for an unrepresented claimant to navigate. To prevail, you need experienced legal representation.
Social Security requires proof of total disability – you are unable to perform any full-time work. A Mission Bend disability lawyer at Marc Whitehead & Associates will know how to prepare a compelling account of your specific disabling condition. No matter how complex your case is, we can help you demonstrate clearly to the SSA how the injuries or illnesses you are experiencing are limiting you.
Mission Bend Veterans Disability Lawyer
Military veterans who have sustained a service-connected mental or physical disability may be eligible for disability compensation. VA disability benefits may be awarded even if your disability is partial. Service-connected VA compensation is paid regardless of financial status, resources and income.
Veterans’ claims are often wrongly denied. Our accredited Veterans attorneys can help you challenge the denial by appealing the decision. The appeal can be a burdensome process, with several levels of appeals to go through.
Military veterans may also be concurrently eligible for both VA disability and Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. A favorable decision in one disability program can sometimes prove to be beneficial evidence for the other claim.
Contact us to learn how we can help improve your case, using the most effective strategies to receive maximum benefits under veterans’ disability law.
Retain a Mission Bend Disability Lawyer Quickly
We want to help you in every way we can and help you understand your legal options. Call today for a disability benefits case evaluation with a Mission Bend disability lawyer with Marc Whitehead & Associates: (800) 562-9830. We are ready to represent you throughout the process.
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