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Social Security Law

The Social Security Act allows qualified persons to obtain Social Security benefits in the event they become disabled. Social Security disability benefits are available under two possible programs. Social Security Disability/Retirement Survivors Disability, also called SSD and RSDI, is available to individuals who have a work history and have paid Social Security taxes. The second type of benefit is Social Security income, also called SSI. This program is for persons who have very little work history.

Paul Pfeifer represents claimants who are applying for both types of Social Security Disability. Generally, you must prove that you are no longer able to perform your former job or another job in the current economy. You must make your case to the Social Security Administration. Social Security Disability is a unique area of the law where an attorney can be helpful in presenting the best case to the Social Security Administration. Oftentimes it is necessary to obtain the proper reports from your physicians and request further medical evidence, if necessary. If you would like to discuss the steps that are necessary to obtain Social Security Disability benefits in Arkansas. Call us today at 501-374-4440 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. Consultations after hours and on weekends are available by appointment. The consultation is free, and you don't owe us any money unless we recover for you.