Orlando Social Security Disability Lawyers

Serving Clients Throughout Central Florida

If you have been injured or have a medical condition that leaves you unable to work, you may be entitled to disability benefits even if you still work part-time. Social Security Disability (SSD) provides a monthly income to qualified individuals who suffer from physical or mental impairment affecting their ability to earn gainful employment. Whether you are planning to file for SSD or have already done so, you will increase your chance of success by seeking the counsel of a knowledgeable lawyer — not just a non-attorney SSD advocate — early in the process.

At the office of Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A., you will work directly with an attorney from the beginning of your case to its conclusion at all levels of hearing and appeal. We work closely with clients throughout Florida and take the time to ensure that their needs are being met and that their SSD application is filed correctly. Our Orlando-area Social Security Disability attorneys will draw on their in-depth understanding of the SSD process and disability ratings to build a powerful case and seek appropriate benefits for your situation.

We Are Well Versed In Complex Issues That Can Impact SSD Claims

Most initial applications for Social Security Disability benefits are denied. This is due to the very strict qualifications that the SSA has for granting benefits and for classifying different types of disabilities. Our experience with the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the SSD process is vast, and we use this experience to your advantage whenever possible. Our comprehensive understanding of SSD issues includes such complicated topics as:

  • Expedited claims: There are some situations in which the SSA may allow for an expedited claim, including terminal illness and homelessness. Our firm has vast experience in determining when your case is appropriate for an expedited viewing by the SSA.
  • Alcohol and drug issues affecting SSD eligibility: The SSA will look at your alcohol and drug use when you file a claim, and based on the information you provide it may reject your claim or find you ineligible for disability benefits. We help you build a strong case designed to show any use of these substances did not contribute to your disability and should not disqualify you from the SSD program.
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI): An income-based alternative to SSD, SSI can provide you the benefits you need to pay your bills and other expenses when you are disabled.

If you have questions about your initial disability claim or need to file an appeal, you will benefit from our familiarity with all aspects of the SSD process and the factors that can impact your claim.

Contact Our Orlando SSD Claim Attorneys

You do not have to face the Social Security Administration alone. Contact the law firm of Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A., at 407-629-5300 for the dedicated representation you need and the personalized attention you deserve.