Handling Social Security Disability Claims

In our personal injury practice at Walden & Associates, we often meet people who have been disabled in an accident or who are unable to work because of a physical or mental ailment. It gives us great satisfaction to lead people who are legitimately injured through the bureaucratic maze to Social Security Disability benefits.

Experienced McMinn County Benefit Denial Lawyers

We deal with Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim denials every day. We can analyze your records to understand why your application came up short and determine what must be done to get a favorable response.

We answer every question you have about the process:

  • Do you qualify for benefits?
  • What’s the difference between SSD and SSI?
  • Why was your claim denied?
  • What improvements need to be made?
  • Are your medical records ambiguous or incomplete?
  • Can your family obtain benefits as well?
  • Can you receive benefits and continue to work?

The Sad Truth About Disability Benefits

The Social Security Administration does not want you to obtain benefits the first time you apply. It hopes to discourage as many people as possible, no matter how badly they may be disabled.

Our approach at Walden & Associates, PLLC, is to compile clear, unmistakable medical documents, and then to be persistent. We knock at the door until you get the answer you deserve.

We are also available to discuss permanent disability benefits through workers’ compensation.

Successful Athens Social Security Disability Lawyers

Has your application for SSD or SSI benefits been refused? Obtain your rightful benefits — call attorneys Evan Walden or in Athens, Tennessee, at 423-453-5534.

Our Commitment To Our Clients

Walden & Associates is committed to serving needs of the Athens – McMinn county area, including the neighboring counties of Monroe, Meigs, Bradley and Polk.

We strive to be as accessible, flexible, and available as our time and resources will allow.


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