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Social Security Disability Lawyers in Greensboro, NC

If you’ve applied for Social Security Disability benefits in Greensboro, you may have been dismissed, denied, or it seems to be taking forever. As of 2020, claims in Greensboro are taking an average of three months longer to process than Charlotte. If your Social Security Disability claim or appeal has been denied or delayed, don’t give up. Contact a Greensboro Social Security Disability attorney who may be able to help with your case.

How Much Might My Social Security Disability Case Be Worth?

Every case is unique, so the amount you might be able to claim depends on your specific circumstances, your resources, and your disability. For instance, how long did you pay into Social Security, and what are your earnings? What sources of income do you have? A Greensboro Social Security disability attorney can give you an idea of what your case may be worth after speaking with you and understanding your situation.

What Are “Countable Resources” for Supplemental Security Income?

The Social Security Administration uses a number of factors to calculate the amount it will potentially pay in Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Obviously, income is one resource, but anything you can turn into money is also generally considered including the following:

  • property
  • stocks
  • bonds
  • bank accounts
  • and more

See our extensive list of what may qualify as countable income and resources.

I Was Denied Social Security Disability Benefits. How Do I Appeal?

There are actually four levels of appeal in the Social Security system: Reconsideration, Hearing, Appeals Council, and finally federal court. Each of these levels of appeal have their own rules, and none of them are exactly user-friendly.

How Often Do Social Security Disability Cases End Up in Court?

Thankfully, a case going to court is rare. If it goes that far, it is almost always best to have an attorney. It is advisable to seek the advice of a Greensboro disability lawyer to help you navigate the government’s system.

Where Is the Social Security Disability Office in Greensboro?

The physical address of the Social Security office in Greensboro is 6005 Landmark Center Blvd. It’s tucked back behind Stanley Road near I-40 and Wendover Avenue.

Greensboro Social Security Disability office location at 6005 Landmark Center Blvd

Why Hire Us as Your Greensboro Social Security Disability Lawyer?

Since 1997, the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin have represented more than 60,000 clients, and recovered more than $1.6 billion in total compensation on their behalf.1 We care about our clients, and we truly want to help you.

Several of our staff formerly worked at the Social Security Administration (and know their systems), and the head of the department, attorney Rick Fleming, is an NC State Bar Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Disability law. Call us any time at 1-866-900-7078 for a free case evaluation, or contact our Greensboro office for more information.

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