Southern California SSD Lawyer

If you were injured or became sick as a result of your job, workers' compensation insurance may provide the medical care and lost pay that you need. If you are unable to work due to injury or illness, you may be able to get disability benefits from Social Security to help you cover your living expenses.

As a law firm that concentrates on workers' compensation and Social Security Disability matters, our attorneys can help you recover the biggest possible financial award that you are eligible for. Call us at 310-803-9205 for advice from a lawyer about your situation. The consultation is free. Se habla Espanol.

We Are Highly Experienced California Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Our lawyers have helped workers get workers' compensation benefits for all kinds of injuries and illnesses. Whether you were hurt in a fall, through repetitive stress or heavy lifting, or you have suffered stress-related medical problems, we can sit down with you and discuss your options together.

Our attorneys are certified specialists in workers' compensation law, which means that they are certified by the State Bar of California based on their education and experience in this specific area of law. Our firm has handled thousands of workers' comp cases since opening in 1980.

Social Security Disability: SSD Claims and SSI Benefits

For many people who are unable to work because of a serious illness or accident, the federal government's Social Security Disability Insurance (known as SSD or SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits can provide income to help them pay their bills. If you are awarded SSDI benefits, you will receive the same disability payment that you would have received at retirement age, as well as health coverage through Medicare. Certain other persons may qualify for SSI, which includes health coverage through Medicaid.

Southern California SSD attorney Lynne Brown can assist you in obtaining important Social Security benefits, even if your claim has been denied. Ms. Brown can discuss your illness or injury with you, answer your questions and help determine whether you may be eligible for SSD or SSI benefits. She can manage your appeal and represent you in administrative hearings if you choose to move forward with the process.

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Our attorneys have been helping clients get workers' compensation benefits for more than 30 years. Call our South Bay work injury attorneys in Torrance at 310-803-9205 for help with your case.