Experienced Social Security Disability Attorneys on Your Side
Attorneys Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson represent those fighting to get Social Security Disability (SSD). Attorney Matthew Noyes is a partner of of law firm Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes, P.A. Attorney Lorrie Robinson has been a member of the firm for over 20 years. As attorneys, Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson understand what an Administrative Law Judge is looking for when deciding whether or not to approve a Social Security Disability claim.
If you or a loved one has been out of work or expects to out of work for one year or more because of a disability, contact Attorney Matthew Noyes' team to schedule a free case consultation.
No Fees or Costs Unless We Get You Benefits
Attorneys Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson understand that those needing Social Security Disaiblity (SSDI) Benefits don't have the money to pay attorneys to help them fight for their benefits. That is why we don't charge our clients any attorneys' fees or costs unless we are able to get our clients Social Security Disability benefits. Don't let the fear of attorneys' fees stop you from hiring Attorney Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson to represent you in your Social Security Disability claim.
If you or a loved one has been out of work for one year or more because of a disability, contact Attorney Matthew Noyes' team to schedule a free case consultation.
Answers to Social Security Disability Questions
What is the Best Way to Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits?
It is best to apply for Social Security Disability online. You can do this by going to www.ssa.gov and selecting "Apply Online for Disability." There you can fill out the "Disability Benefit Application" and answer the questions on the "Adult Disability Report." After these are complete, you will mail or take the documents to your Social Security office. The Social Security Administration will then ask you to sign a medical release form that allows them to obtain information from your doctors.
What is Needed to Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?
Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits are not available for everyone. In order to be eligble for Social Security Disability benefits, a person must have worked long enough in the last 10 years AND must have a medical condition that meets the Social Security Admininstration's definition of disaiblity. Click on the "MORE" button for additional information about these two prerequisites to Social Security Disability (SSD) Benefits.
What is the 5-Step Process for Social Security Disability Benefits?
The Social Security Administration uses a step-by-step process to determine if you are disabled. They look at the following questions: 1. Are you working? 2. Is your condition "severe"? 3. Is your condition found in the list of disabling conditions? 4. Can you do the work you did previously? 5. Can you do any other type of work? For more information on each of these steps, click in the "MORE" button below.
Can A Person Work While Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits?
After you start receiving Social Security disability benefits, you are not forever barred from working and earning additional money. The Social Security Administration allows a recipient of SSDI benefits to earn $1,010 a month without impact on your Social Security Disability benefits. This figure will change from year to year. In addition, there is a way you can earn more than this amount and still receive your Social Security Disability benefits.
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