Social Security

If you are unable to work due to a physical or mental condition, you may be entitled to monthly disability payments from the Social Security Administration. We have attorneys who are experienced in handling claims before the Social Security Administration for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

If you have already applied and been denied having an attorney to represent you in a hearing before the Social Security Administration can greatly increase your chance of proving your case. Social Security pays disability benefits on a month to month basis. While your case is pending, you can accrue months or years of payments from Social Security that become payable in a lump sum as soon as the Social Security Administration determines you are disabled.  In accordance with the Social Security Administration’s rules and guidelines, our attorneys will represent you on a contingency basis. This means we can try your case at little or no immediate cost to you. It also means that if we do not win your case we do not take an attorneys fee.

Also, if you have a developmentally disabled child or if you have a disabled loved one who has passed away, we can help you determine whether you or your child is entitled to any disability benefits.

If you have received short-term disability benefits through your employer or a private insurance policy and you have been denied long-term disability benefits, we have attorneys that can help you.

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Law office of Barton Atkinson & Murdoch, P.C.

70 N. Center Suite 2 PO Box 100 Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-4880
Fax: 208-356-4882


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