Social Security Cases
Our firm concentrates in Social Security Appeal cases including denial of SSI and SSD benefits. If you have been denied Social Security or if you have any type of Social Security question, please call our firm for a free consultation today. You must have an appeal filed within 60 days of receiving the letter of denial from Social Security. Don't lose the right to appeal for this benefit. Call us at (904) 739-4654 today. We are located in Jacksonville, Florida. At The Law Office of Michael R. Howard, PA, our attorneys have more than 20 years of experience to aggressively represent our clients in their cases from beginning to end.
Our firm can help you with your application for social security benefits, or after you have been denied. Please feel free to call us at any stage of the process.
We have helped many people get their benefits and offer one on one contact with an attorney. You deal directly with your attorney through all stages of the process and dont just meet him or her right before the hearing. Having a local attorney in Jacksonville is also beneficial as he or she is familiar with the Court in their jurisdiction. Having an attorney helping you rather than a non-attorney is a great advantage in these cases. Once we are retained, we help you through all aspects of the process and look out for your best interests.
Whether you are applying for SSI (Social Security Income) or SSD (Social Security Disability), please call us at (904) 739-4654 and ask to speak to Mr. Howard personally.
Social Security Disability (SSD) are benefits that you apply for before you reach retirement age and are unable to work. You must qualify for it with your prior work history and there is a time frame for applying that must be met. Please call us if you have any questions regarding this.
Social Security Income (SSI) are benefits that you apply for if you become disabled, have a limited income and meet the income requirements.
You may qualify for either Social Security Disability (SSD), Social Securtiy Income (SSI) or both.
Treating with your doctors throughout the Social Security appeals process is important. Make sure that you have your disability documented and that you treat the best you can.