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Whether you are seeking Social Security Disability Claims or Workers' Compensation Claims, the Law Offices of Clark W. Berry understand that the process can be frustrating, overwhelming and discouraging.
The unfortunate reality is that Claimants with genuine disabilities do get turned down. If this happens to you, you need to get through the process involved with a Request for Reconsideration, Petition for Benefits or Notice of Disagreement—right
through your Final Hearing.
Social Security Disability:
The Social Security Administration grants, denies and generally oversees your, disability and survivor benefits. The program is funded by you and through mandatory contributions from your employers. When you retain this firm to represent you in your Social Security disability claim; this Fort Myers lawyer works on a “contingency fee” basis. That means the fee comes out of your back benefits that are won, with no money up front for legal services.
Individuals who find themselves disabled can file for Social Security Disability even if they are already involved in a workers compensation or personal injury lawsuit. Although many pay into the system for years, it is quite probable that a claim for Social Security Disability will be denied at the first level. A Fort Myers disability attorney can help you maneuver through the Social Security appeals process, and can help you protect your rights to compensation from your workers compensation claim or other injury suit. Remember, your initial visit with this office regarding your social security rights is free of charge.
Workers’ Compensation is an employer provided benefit offered by the vast majority of employers in Florida. Workers Compensation covers an employee who is injured while in the course and scope of employment. The benefits include lost wages, as well as, medical benefits. Workman’s comp claims are supposed to work without lawyers. However, when some or all of their benefits are denied or benefits are not promptly paid or authorized, an injured worker can retain an attorney. This Fort Myers disability attorney accepts injured workers on a “contingency fee” basis. Again, that means the fee comes from a settlement or what is won for you. If you don’t win or settle, you don’t pay a fee.
Call Fort Myers disability attorney, Clark W. Berry, P.A today for
your “FREE” initial consultation regarding your personal injury compensation claims: 239-334-2667