Central Arkansas, Veterans' Disability Lawyers
Disability benefits are an important part of the safety net of our society. If you have become disabled, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or veterans' disability benefits. These benefits can make a very large difference in the lives of the disabled.
At Rice & Adams, Attorneys at Law, founded in 1964, our disability attorneys can help you secure the disability benefits you deserve from Social Security and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Our firm's attorneys have over decades of combined experience, and we are committed to helping you successfully navigate those bureaucratic channels.
Social Security Disability Benefits
Applying for Social Security Disability benefits is a complicated process. Any small mistake can cause your application to be rejected. We recommend that if you are in the process of filing for SSD, you contact our office and let us help you with your application.
Beyond being able to make sure that your application is up to Social Security standards, we can also communicate with your doctor. The Social Security Administration recognizes very specific descriptions of disabilities. For doctors who are unfamiliar with the vocabulary of the Social Security Administration, this can cause the rejection of valid claims.
Veterans' Disability Benefits
For veterans whose claims for disability benefits have been denied by the VA or who have been assigned an inappropriately low level of disability, we can help. Our attorneys are experienced in facing the bureaucracy of the VA. Attorney Scott Scholl is one of only a handful of attorneys in Arkansas accredited and licensed to represent veterans before the VA and the United States Court of Appeals for Veteran's Claims. We can file a Notice of Disagreement with the regional VA office to help you secure the current and back benefits you deserve.
For clients that we help pursue Social Security Disability or veterans' disability benefits, we charge our attorneys fees on a contingency basis. This means we don't get paid unless we secure benefits for you.
Don't face the bureaucracy of the Social Security Administration or the Department of Veterans Affairs alone, call 501-436-4498, toll free at 888-857-3019 or contact us online to set up your free initial consultation with one of our Little Rock Social Security disability attorneys. We accept MasterCard and Visa for your convenience.