Social Security Disability Attorneys in the Bay Area Specializing in Social Security Disability Cases
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The most experienced law firm in the Bay Area for Social Security Disability claims, leading with integrity and compassion
Are you considering a Social Security Disability claim and asking yourself these questions?
If I can no longer work due to my disability, what disability benefits am I able to apply for?
How can I afford an attorney when I'm not working? What are the fees involved?
If my Social Security Disability application is rejected, how do I appeal?
How does the Social Security Disability appeal process work?
Do I qualify for disability? If so, how do I apply?
How do I find reputable legal representation that is 100% committed to defending my case?
Is there a deadline for Social Security Disability appeals?
Is it possible to appeal rejected Social Security Disability cases online?
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At LaPorte Law Firm, we are committed to fighting for our clients to get them through some of the toughest times of their lives. We understand how difficult it can be to navigate a very complex administrative system when you have limited technical knowledge. However, with our expertise as the leading disability attorneys in the Bay Area of California for over 40 years, we have what it takes to guide you every step of the way.
Although positive outcomes for Social Security Disability claims and appeals may seem out of reach for many, we know that with the right guidance and knowledge of the system, success is more than possible for any of our clients. No case is too big or too small for us. When you choose us, we’ll be fighting alongside you every step of the way.
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What you can expect as one of our clients
Expert guidance based on over 40 years of legal experience with all types of disability cases
Zealous legal representation — we fight for you to win all the benefits you are owed under the law
No up-front attorney’s fees — we don't get a fee unless you get paid
Updates on the process every step of the way
Realistic expectations — no empty promises
Prompt responses to all questions — we won’t leave you hanging
The results you deserve
With over 40 years of service, LaPorte Law Firm has won thousands of claims and appeals for our clients.
Excellent free consultation. The firm carefully studied my case, and I won! I was only charged after winning and didn’t have to pay out of pocket, because the fee was taken out of my disability payment. The only downside was the wait for my hearing, but that’s more on the SSA side. It took about 18 months.
If problems arise when dealing with Social Security Disability, calling LaPorte Law Firm is the best thing you can do. Professional, experienced, confident, and reassuring are a few words I’d use when recommending them.
Great lawyers — straightforward and trustworthy for your Social Security needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
SSDI is a disability insurance program financed by your Social Security paycheck deductions. Unless prohibited by your age, you must have worked a total of 10 years (40 quarters), 5 of which must be within the last 10 years (20 of the last 40 quarters). In order to be eligible for SSDI benefits, you must have earned FICA-taxed wages during this work period.
For Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, no work time is required at all. There are, however, limits to eligibility based on how much property you own or money you have in the bank, as the SSI program is aimed at individuals who lack income or resources and are disabled. Benefits are paid as a flat rate, and the amount may be reduced if you receive any money or assistance from any source.
With both SSI and SSDI, you must be found disabled. The Social Security Administration (SSA) oversees both programs and defines disability as being unable to perform any “substantial gainful activity.”
Equipped with years of experience and thousands of successful cases, LaPorte Law Firm is the leading disability attorney in the Bay Area, and we have the awards and certifications to prove it.