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Protecting The Disabled And Injured Since 1974

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Protecting The Disabled And Injured Since 1974

Do I Qualify For Social Security?

The Social Security Administration has published a list of impairments that may qualify for Social Security benefits. At the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, our lawyers and staff provide free evaluations to determine whether clients may qualify for Social Security benefits.

Our attorneys and staff provide counsel and advice to clients considering filing for Social Security. We will evaluate your medical impairment, as well as your current financial circumstances, to determine whether filing for Social Security will benefit you.

Additionally, our staff guides clients with the preparation and application of their initial claim. Together, we will make sure your claim for Social Security and/or Supplemental Security Income benefits includes all necessary information, including your full medical, work and education history. Different eligibility requirements may apply to individuals over the age of 50.

You have spent years paying into the Social Security system. If you are now unable to work due to a physical, mental or emotional disability, you may be entitled to benefits. Don’t give up. Take advantage of the system you have spent years supporting.

Your Advocates Through Every Step Of The Process

From the initial application to appeals in the U.S. District Court, the Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, LLC, represents clients during every stage of their Social Security claim.

Located in Birmingham, our attorneys have been providing compassionate, effective legal representation to disabled workers throughout Alabama since 1974.

Most initial claims for Social Security benefits are denied. Don’t give up. Our attorneys will fight for the benefits you are entitled to.

Our firm commits the staff and resources necessary to obtain the Social Security benefits our clients deserve. Even if your claim is denied, there is a process for appealing denied claims, and our lawyers represent clients throughout that process.

Don’t Give Up: Contact Us Today

The Social Security system is complex. For help obtaining the benefits you need, contact our experienced lawyers and staff through email. You can also call us at 205-208-7980 or toll-free at 866-596-1238.

Initial consultations are free.

The Law Offices of Clark, James, Hanlin & Hunt, LLC, does not take children’s Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases. However, we will review unfavorable decisions for a denied child’s SSI claim for a possible appeal.