Navigating You Through Every Aspect of Your Claim
If you are unable to work because of a disability or long-term illness, you probably feel frustrated and angry that you cannot financially support yourself and your family. When you are unable to work because of a permanent disability, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits.
To find out how our social security disability lawyers in Greenville, NC can help you claim these benefits, please call the experienced Greenville Social Security Disability lawyer at the Ricci Law Firm, P.A. We represent clients in Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Charlotte, and Fayetteville.
Contact our firm at (252) 777-2222 to schedule a free consultation.
How Our Team Can Help You
When you are disabled and consequently unable to work, our social security disability attorneys in Greenville, NC serve as your aggressive advocates. We have lengthy experience helping people in all stages of the SSD applications and appeals process.
Our team can help you with the following:
- Complete your SSD application
- Request reconsideration of your claim
- Appeal a denied claim at a hearing
- Appeal a claim at the Appeals Council
- Appeal in federal court
Just a fraction of law firms will pursue SSD appeals in federal court. Our Greenville Social Security Disability attorneys can aggressively and diligently pursue compensation on your behalf. Our founding attorney is certified as a specialist in Social Security Disability law by the North Carolina State Bar.
This is a certification held by a select number of lawyers in the country. It means Brian Ricci has demonstrated to a committee that he has exemplary experience in handling SSD cases and that he has proven his SSD law knowledge in a written test.
Your SSD Claim – What to Do Next
At Ricci Law Firm, PC, our Greenville SSD lawyers can ensure your application for benefits is as clear and accurate as possible, setting you up to secure benefits without any complications. If you have already filed a claim and been denied, we can help you fight the denial. Whether you have already been denied SSD benefits or need assistance filing an initial application, we will stand beside you at every step in your process to ensure that your rights and your best interests are represented at every step.
Certain people qualify for Supplemental Security Income. While SSD insurance eligibility requires you to have paid into the system through years of employment and through Social Security taxes, SSI is a needs-based system that provides benefits for people who are not covered under SSD insurance. To further reduce your stress during this trying time, we offer free consultations and provide our services on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not pay us unless we are successful in helping you obtain benefits.