We help you get the Social Security benefits you need and deserve.
Has a serious illness, injury, or disability left you unable to work for a significant period of time? You may qualify for benefits under one of the following programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Disabled Widow Benefits (DWB). These programs are designed to help individuals like you in your time of hardship.
Unfortunately, miles of red tape make it quite difficult to actually get the help you need from any Social Security program--especially if you are trying to prepare your own application. For a better experience, trust your application or appeal to the experienced attorneys at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker.
We Give You the Best Possible Chance of Securing Benefits
The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker has an alliance with one of Southern California’s largest and most successful law firms (Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin, Mendoza, and Harrison), allowing us to deliver the very best in SSDI, SSI, and DWB representation. Because our attorneys understand the program requirements in detail, we can:
- Determine if you qualify for benefits
- Secure the detailed documentation necessary to support your application
- File the necessary paperwork
- Meet all important deadlines
- Help you obtain medical benefits
- Appeal a claim that has been denied
- Represent you at your Administrative Law Judge hearing
Understanding SSI, SSDI, and DWB
Not sure which Social Security program you may qualify for? We can help.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is designed to provide extra income in the form of monthly payments to individuals who are blind, disabled, and/or senior citizens with low income and limited resources.
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program is designed to assist individuals who are unable to work due to a medical condition that is expected to last (or has lasted) at least one year. If you have a partial disability or a short-term disability, you will not qualify.
If you are disabled and you have recently lost a spouse, partner, or ex, you could qualify for Disabled Widow Benefits (DWB). In order to receive benefits, you must be between 50 and 60 years old and your disability must have either predated the worker’s death or begun within 7 years.
Don’t Make a Mistake That Could Cost You Thousands
Every year, well over a million Social Security applications are delayed or rejected due to simple, preventable errors. For example, applicants often:
- Leave out medical details
- Forget to include a complete work history
- Make errors in financial information
- Get dates wrong
- Use the wrong code numbers or ID numbers
- Make typos or other errors that make the application hard to process
Fortunately, it’s easy to avoid these kinds of errors by trusting an experienced Social Security attorney to prepare your application or appeal. We’ll make sure your application includes all relevant details to give you the best possible chance of a speedy approval. If your case proceeds to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge, we’ll be right beside you to provide the necessary advice and representation.
Now You May Wonder…
…How Can I Afford a Social Security Benefits Attorney?
Anyone can afford to have one of our experienced attorneys assisting them, because we work on a contingency fee basis. After confirming that you meet the requirements for the benefit program you want to participate in, we’ll prepare your application at no upfront cost. You will only have to pay if and when we win your case.
Time is of the Essence-Start Your Application Today
Time constraints do apply to SSDI, SSI, and DWB applications and appeals, so we encourage you to contact our firm ASAP if you need assistance. Simply call us at 800-333-0000 or submit your case online and we’ll set up a free initial consultation for you.