We help you get the Social Security benefits you need and deserve.
Are you struggling with a serious illness, injury, or disability? You may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Disabled Widow Benefits (DWB).
The only trouble is, these programs are hardly user-friendly. Even if you are qualified for benefits, your application could be denied on a technicality or due to errors in your application materials. Why risk it when you can get the experienced attorneys of The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker to prepare your application or appeal? We’ll make sure it is done correctly the first time so you can secure the benefits you need and deserve.
We Give You the Best Possible Chance of Securing Benefits
The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker strives to make applying for SSDI, SSI, or DWB benefits as simple as possible for our clients. We’ve partnered with one of Southern California’s largest and most successful law firms (Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison) to make sure we have all the skills, knowledge, and resources required for your case. You can trust us to:
- 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 a cash assistance program that can provide monthly income to individuals who are over age 65, blind, or disabled. This program is means-tested and you must have low income and limited resources to qualify.
If you are currently unemployed due to a medical condition that is expected to last for a year or more, you could qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Remember, this program does not cover partial or short-term disabilities.
If you are a widow or widower between 50 and 60 years old and you have a disability, you could qualify for Disabled Widow Benefits (DWB), assuming that your disability started before or within seven years of your spouse’s death.
Don’t Make a Mistake That Could Cost You Thousands
Your Social Security application must be perfect in order to get approved. If you make any of the following mistakes, you could miss out on thousands of dollars in compensation while your application is delayed or denied:
- Leaving out medical details
- Forgetting to include a complete work history
- Making errors in financial information
- Getting dates wrong
- Using the wrong code numbers or ID numbers
- Making typos or other errors that make the application hard to process
Fortunately for you, there is a simple and reliable way to keep your application from being delayed by these kinds of errors: have an experienced attorney prepare your application or appeal. At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, we will work hard to make sure your application includes all necessary details before we submit it. If your case proceeds to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge, we’ll be right there beside you to provide the necessary assistance.
Now You May Wonder…
…How Can I Afford a Social Security Benefits Attorney?
You can afford a Social Security attorney because you can get the representation you need at no out of pocket cost from The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. We take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do all the work and you only pay us after we secure your benefits.
Time is of the Essence--Start Your Application Today
Whether you are making your first application for SSDI, SSI or DWB, or you need to make an appeal, time limits do apply. Get the process started ASAP by reaching out to The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. You can call us at 602-340-0030 or submit your case online for a free initial consultation.