Social Security Disability Benefits

If you are injured and cannot work, you may qualify for social security disability benefits. If you’re disabled and unable to work, Social Security Disability benefits are designed to offset medical expenses and provide financial support to help you live a normal life. Disability provides medical insurance and monthly compensation based on your work history and payment into the system prior to the onset of your disability.   

Leigh Law applies the same consistently high client communication and aggressive representation in fighting for the disability benefits to which our clients are entitled.

The process is slow and can be very frustrating, but with Leigh Law roaring to the rescue with focus and determination, clients know they will get the best possible result. 


Most applicants are denied the first and often the second time. You can apply for benefits without an attorney, but to have the best possible chance the first time call Leigh Law! We will dot every “I” and cross every “T” to ensure the fastest and best result for clients. 

Not everyone that applies is qualified to receive benefits and many factors are taken into account, including the extent and severity of your disability and your work history. 

Hearings & Appeals

Leigh Law can help you navigate the complex laws and regulations surrounding disability benefits and put clients in the best possible position to prevail. Within sixty (60) days of denial, we can request a reconsideration and then a hearing before an administrative law judge where we call witnesses on your behalf.  

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