Experienced SSD Lawyers Representing Clients in Houston
If you are struggling with a disability in Houston, Texas, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can provide you with a financial safety net. Securing benefits, however, can be difficult; a process full of red tape and legal complications.
At the law firm of Coats & Todd, we represent clients from Houston, throughout Texas and nationwide in a wide range of Social Security Disability issues. We are equipped to handle your initial claim through all necessary appeals to pursue the benefits you need and deserve.
Whether you are being treated at the Houston Medical Center, the Ben Taub General Hospital, LBJ Hospital or another Houston area hospital, our attorneys can give you sound advice on working with your doctor and other important SSD issues.
Contact us online or by telephone at 800-856-1031 to speak with an experienced Houston Social Security Disability lawyer.
Do You Qualify for SSDI in Houston?
While you may be disabled by any reasonable definition, and your disability may be keeping you from performing your job duties, you still need to prove you are disabled to the Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSA considers you disabled if:
- Your condition prevents you from doing your job.
- Your condition prevents you from adjusting to other work.
- You have been disabled for at least 12 months.
- Your disability is expected to last for at least another 12 months.
- Your condition could result in death.
Our attorneys will work with you personally to help you understand your rights and to determine if you qualify for SSDI benefits. If you have not yet applied, we can help you prepare your application. If your claim was denied, we can help you through all stages of the appeals process.
Contact Us · Houston SSD Attorneys
Based in Richardson, Texas, we represent people with physical and mental impairments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, throughout Texas and nationwide. Contact us today online or call us at 800-856-1031 for a free initial consultation, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT, Monday through Friday.