Vidrine Law Firm, PLC
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Tucson Social Security Disability Attorney
SSI, SSDI, DWB, DAC, and Other Benefits
As with any government agency, it can be extremely trying to get a social security claim resolved, and benefits paid without great difficulty. The number of denied claims is very high, more than 62%. One may consider that this is a heartless government program that leaves the disabled without recourse. This difficult situation puts individuals with valid claims into a precarious position, both financially and personally. When you are disabled, whether physically or mentally, you have the right to seek SSD benefits, but the system makes it extremely difficult to resolve. In any social security claim, it is advised that you contact a Tucson social security disability lawyer from Vidrine Law Firm, PLC. The legal team has the experience to fight for your rightful benefits and resolve the complex claims and appeals process.
Social Security Disability Lawyer in Tucson
The firm has the answers that you are looking for with regard to why a claim is denied, and how to get the matter turned around so you can get the benefits you deserve. When disabled, income from employment disappears and all the consequences that follow, including losing assets, property, and your health can be seriously compromised. It is vital to get such matters resolved quickly, and to know that the legal representation that you choose has the know-how and experience to navigate this difficult system successfully. Those who attempt it on their own often discover that it is tough to get SSD benefits paid. The documentation and evidence to support the claim can be extensive.
The legal team at the firm is very qualified and experienced in filing such claims, as well as other types of Social Security Disability and other benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) is in charge of managing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) that is available to individuals who have become disabled and unable to work before they reach retirement age. SSDI supplements lost income to these individuals and the program is funded by company payroll taxes. Reports show that approximately 90 percent of people in the US who file for SSDI use the services of a legal representative to help them file correctly. Filing for SSDI or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be a very complex and confusing process, but our attorneys are experienced and familiar with all aspects of social security.
If your spouse has passed away and you are left as a disabled widow or widower, you may be entitled to your spouse's SSDI benefits. There are several stipulations that must be met before qualifying for Disabled Widows and Widowers Benefits (DWB), and we can help you determine if you meet those requirements. If you qualify, we can continue to help you with filing for disability benefits and provide you with information on collecting disability payments. Our firm is ready to assist you in seeking Disabled Adult Child Benefits (DAC), and can help with Social Security Disability eligibility, Social Security Disability costs, myths about the SSA program, Medicare/Medicaid and appealing denied claims. The legal team at the firm has provided answers for you regarding Social Security Disability FAQ, and tips for disability claims to assist you in understanding these complex government programs.
It is well-established that seeking disability benefits can be fraught with problems, difficulties and the likelihood of a denied claim. The legal team at the firm strongly advises that you contact us at once to assist you in the process, and to resolve the matter so that you can move forward with your life without the constant concern and problems surrounding your benefits. The legal team at the firm is a group of compassionate and capable social security lawyers that take your case personally and will address your situation energetically and seek a quick and favorable conclusion to your claim.
Dustin Vidrine graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctor and Bachelor's of Civil Law from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. During law school, Mr. Vidrine competed in and won the Ira S. Flory Trial Competition.
After graduating, Mr. Vidrine sat for and passed the Louisiana Bar Exam. In the winter of 2006, Mr. Vidrine and his wife moved to Arizona. At that time, he sat for and passed the Arizona Bar Exam, becoming licensed in 2007. After becoming licensed in Arizona, Mr. Vidrine gained valuable experience in many areas of the law while working with local law firms.
Since opening his own law practice, Mr. Vidrine now devotes his practice to consumer bankruptcy law, consumer rights representation and social security disability representation. With a commitment to excellence, he regularly attends legal education seminars and classes in order to keep up to date with the latest issues and nuances of consumer law and social security disability law. He enjoys serving the citizens of Arizona and he focuses on always being available and accessible for each of his clients.
Mr. Vidrine is married to his beautiful wife, Brandi and has two wonderful children. He and his family currently reside in the Tucson metropolitan area. When not working or traveling between his Phoenix and Tucson offices, Mr. Vidrine enjoys a number of activities, particularly Cajun cooking (and eating) and enjoying time with his wife and children.
Please Call : 520-885-1106