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Get The Social Security Disability Benefits You Need

Last updated on May 19, 2020

Disabilities that leave you unable to work as you did before can develop suddenly or gradually. You may have suffered a serious injury on or off the job, and it now seems unlikely you will be able to return to work for a year or more. Or you may have developed an illness or condition that has finally taken such a toll that you cannot perform your regular full-time work duties anymore.

Savage & Savage, Attorneys at Law, in Warwick has helped many disabled Rhode Island and Massachusetts workers obtain Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Let us explain how we can help you.

Our Law Firm Helps Overturn Social Security Disability Denials

You may be struggling and unable to work because of a head injury, debilitating diabetes, carpal tunnel syndrome, cancer or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after a car accident. Back pain, deteriorating vision or a heart ailment may have sidelined you from your usual activities. Perhaps no single disability is keeping you out of the workforce but rather a combination of two or more conditions or injuries. The cumulative effect has kept you at home, unable to resume the job you once relied on for income.

Whatever your unique situation involving disability and your inability to keep working, you may qualify for financial relief through Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. You may have applied and been denied – or you may need advice before applying.

Our law firm brings appeals on behalf of people whose applications have been turned down. We are experienced, knowledgeable and efficient. We will bring in medical or vocational experts if necessary to demonstrate to the Social Security Administration (SSA) that you should be eligible for benefits.

Arrange Your Free Consultation Today

Savage & Savage, Attorneys at Law, offers free initial phone consultations for Rhode Island and Massachusetts residents. We are glad to share information about Social Security Disability claims and appeals. You do not need to worry about paying legal fees to talk with us about your SSDI case.

If we succeed in our appeal of your Social Security Disability denial, our legal fees will come as a percentage of a lump-sum settlement. Ongoing monthly benefits will be 100% yours. If we do not succeed in your case, you will not owe us any attorneys’ fees.

Get the dialogue started. Contact us through this website or call 401-287-4713 to schedule an appointment.