What to Do If Your Injury Has Lasted for More Than 6 Months
Attorneys at Severance, Burko, Spalter, Masone & Laurette PC know Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability Law
Although Workers’ Compensation and Social Security are different areas of the law, they work together so you can maximize your benefits under each system. If you are out of work more than 6 months, you should contact the firm to start the Social Security application process. We encourage you to seek the assistance of an attorney to properly complete your forms and apply as soon as possible because these claims are often denied the first time, which can lead to lengthy appeals.
We explain and review your disability options to find what is best for you
Our attorneys can assist you with your initial Workers’ Compensation claim and when the time comes we can prepare your application with the Social Security Administration for disability benefits. Having an attorney knowledgeable with the complexities of the New York Workers’ Compensation and Social Security laws can help you achieve the best possible results.
Set up an appointment today to speak to one of our knowledgeable disability attorneys
If you are out of work for more than six months, contact Severance, Burko, Spalter, Masone, Laurette PC to explore your options. We can help you obtain Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits to assist you when you are unable to work. We offer our services on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no attorney’s fee unless we recover for you. Set up an appointment at our Brooklyn or Long Island offices by calling us at (718) 625 2300.