St. Louis, MO - Social Security & Disability Lawyer
Parmele Law Firm
The Creve Coeur – St. Louis, MO office of Parmele Law Firm is staffed by an experienced team of Social Security Disability attorneys. Our lawyers have decades of combined experience in obtaining social security disability insurance benefits for clients – even when they have been previously denied.The Creve Coeur – St. Louis office is one of a network of 28 offices focusing exclusively on SSD/SSDI law. It serves the city of St. Louis and the surrounding communities of Spanish Lake, Florissant, Bridgeton, Ferguson, Jennings, St. John, Univeristy City, Clayton, Brentwood, Kirkwood, Affton, Lemay, Mehlville, Arnold, Fenton, Valley Park, Ballwin, Chesterfield and St. Charles.All of our locations offer free consultations. The are no attorney fees unless we win your case.Click here for the Corporate Office
An SSI or SSDI Attorney in Clayton – St. Louis, MO Has the Expertise You Need
Millions of people in the U.S. are living with a disability, and here in St. Louis, MO, 11.5 percent of people under the age of 65 are too. Contrary to popular belief, just because a person is unable to work, doesn’t mean they will be automatically approved for disability benefits. In fact, many first-time applicants are denied.
Fighting the uphill battle to obtain SSI or SSDI is difficult and time-consuming, but an SSI or SSDI attorney can greatly increase your chances of being approved for disability benefits. The Parmele Law Firm office in Clayton – St. Louis, MO is staffed by seasoned and knowledgeable social security disability lawyers who are ready to take your case.
Main Aspects of Social Security Disability Law (SSI/SSDI)
The Social Security Act consists of a set of rules that govern Social Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance. These rules define who can receive SSI or SSDI and how much they are eligible to receive.
The requirements to obtain SSI or SSDI disability benefits are very specific. As a general note, SSI eligibility is based on an individual’s income level, while SSDI eligibility is based on the number of work credits and individual has earned prior to becoming disabled. To best determine your eligibility for SSI or SSDI, it is recommended to talk to an attorney.
Do I Need An SSI or SSDI Attorney?
If you are disabled and need SSI or SSDI disability benefits, hiring a lawyer is never required, but it is incredibly advantageous. An SSI or SSDI attorney will help you apply and ensure your application is technically sound before it is reviewed. Additionally, a disability lawyer will have the necessary knowledge of disability law to guide you through the process and advise you on how to proceed.
If you are disabled and have already applied for social security disability, you may still need a lawyer. If your claim is denied, an SSI or SSDI attorney will be able to help you appeal the denial and emphasize certain clinical findings within your claim that will further solidify your case with the Social Security Administration.
Contact Parmele Law Firm in St. Louis, MO
If you need an SSI or SSDI attorney in the St. Louis, MO area, contact Parmele Law Firm today. Our experienced disability attorneys have helped more than 50,000 individuals obtain social security disability benefits and we’re ready to help you too. Call our office to schedule your free consultation with a disability lawyer. And remember, we work on contingency fees, so you won’t pay until you win.