Augusta Long Term Disability Attorney

Social Security and Long Term Disability Insurance

If you have become disabled and are unable to work, you may be getting benefits through your employer's long term disability insurance provider. You may also be eligible for Social Security benefits. It is important to understand how these two systems of financial support interact with each other in order to minimize surprises and maximize your benefits.

Stephen H. Hagler LLC, will help you understand the relationship between Social Security and long term disability insurance. He has more than 21 years of experience helping people in Georgia and South Carolina. You can be confident that he can help you too. In South Carolina, he offers only Social Security representation.

Important issues to look for

We will help you look for important issues that need to be addressed. Some of the common ones include:

  • Long term disability insurance providers may actually require you to apply for Social Security disability income (SSDI) (also referred to as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). If you don't, they could cut off your coverage.
  • If you are successful in getting SSDI or SSI, long term disability insurance providers may be able to reduce the amount of benefits they provide you.
  • If you are successful in getting SSDI or SSI and you are entitled to past-due benefits, long term disability providers may try to seek reimbursement from the past-due benefits for the benefits they have provided.

No charge unless we get results

All cases involving Social Security and long term disability insurance are handled on a contingency basis, which means we don't charge unless we get results. If we are successful, we will only ask for a percentage of the past due benefits you are entitled to. This percentage is set and capped by statute.

Free consultations are available

We are committed to making our services convenient. We are willing to come to you if you are not able to get to our office in Augusta, Georgia. To schedule a free consultation with an experienced lawyer, call us at (706) 860-9060 or send us an e-mail.