Charlotte Attorneys To Help You Retire Early On SSDI
Did you retire early — before the age of 65 — due to health problems? You may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), even if you already receive another type of benefit.
You can greatly increase your chances of successfully obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance by involving an attorney as early on in the process as possible. The lawyers of Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler in Charlotte, North Carolina, offer free initial consultations to discuss your specific questions and concerns. Call us at 704-594-4317 to schedule your consultation.
Supporting Medical Evidence Is Crucial
You may be approved to receive SSDI if:
- Your health problems were the reason you retired early.
- Your health problems started after you retired.
- Your health problems got worse after you retired.
Our attorneys have been helping disabled individuals since 1979. We have significant understanding of the Social Security system, and we know how to clearly communicate with your physician to ensure he or she can help you receive benefits. It is important to obtain medical support as soon as possible to ensure that evidence is on the record early on. Our lawyers can ensure that you meet the deadlines and submit the correct information at every level of the process, including if you need to appeal.
Questions About Early Retirement And SSDI? Contact Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler In North Carolina For A Free Consultation.
We understand that you may have many questions about this complex matter. We can explain the steps you will need to go through, and we will be by your side throughout the duration of your case. To schedule your free initial consultation, call our law firm at 704-594-4317 or contact us online.
We accept cases on a contingent fee basis. We collect attorney fees only if we obtain benefits for you.