We can help get the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve
At Harvey & Carpenter we have represented disabled people in Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income cases for over 50 years.
We have a wealth of experience and knowledge on this complex subject.
Our goal is to help you get the maximum amount you are entitled to from a combination of sources and what’s more, we never charge a fee unless we get you the benefits you are entitled to.
We can help you complete your Social Security Disability Application or file for an appeal.
Our experienced lawyers know how Social Security interacts with other matters such as workers’ compensation, disability insurance, and other kinds of benefits disabled people may be entitled to.
Our Social Security Disability Lawyers
Our firm has represented disabled people in Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income cases for over 50 years.
We can help you complete your Social Security Disability application or file for an appeal. Our experienced attorneys know how Social Security interacts with workers’ compensation, disability insurance, and other kinds of benefits disabled people may be entitled to.
Our goal is to help our clients get the maximum amount they are entitled to from a combination of sources. We never charge clients unless we get them benefits.
Questions & Answers
Q: I can’t afford to pay a lawyer to talk about my Social Security disability case, but I can’t understand the information the government has in their pamphlets and online. What does a lawyer charge to talk about this stuff?
A: Fees for Social Security disability cases are set by law and don’t apply unless a lawyer helps you get benefits. We don’t charge anything to answer your questions on Social Security disability cases. If we take your case and help you get back benefits, then our fee, set by law, is limited to no more than 25% of those back benefits or $6,000 – whichever is LESS.
Q: I’ve tried to get Social Security disability several times but they always reject the claim. I don’t know what to do. I’m getting older and I just can’t physically do my construction job anymore.
A: Many valid claims are rejected at the first level. If you are unable to work, especially if you are older than 50, you should apply again. If you are rejected, you should contact an attorney right away to help you appeal the denial. You have 60 days to appeal. We can also help you complete your application. We have free consultations for Social Security appeals and we don’t charge any fee unless you win.