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Montgomery County Social Security Disability Lawyer

Helping You Seek the Benefits You're Entitled To

If you have become disabled and are unable to return to work as a result of a serious injury or illness, it can quickly become difficult to pay your bills. While you were employed, you were paying Social Security taxes, which means that you have access to these benefits in the event that you have become disabled.

Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration doesn’t make it easy to claim your benefits. At Carl & Tavel, we can help injured or disabled individuals apply for the benefits that they need. From initial applications to appealing denied claims, you can count on us to provide support through every step.

Contact our firm at (281) 377-1348 to schedule a case evaluation.

Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits

There are a few requirements that you must meet in order to qualify for SSD benefits. The first step if you have not yet applied for benefits is to meet with a Montgomery County social security disability attorney to discuss your qualifications.

In order to be eligible for SSD:

  • Your disability or impairment must meet the Social Security Administration’s guidelines
  • Your disability/impairment must prevent you from working for at least a year or more
  • You must have amassed enough work credits through past employment

Talk to an attorney to help you determine whether you have a qualifying disability and how to start the claims process.

Providing Assistance with Every Step of the Process

With 30 years of experience, we have the skill and resources necessary to help guide you through every step of the Social Security Disability filing and appeals process. We are committed to working hard on building a solid case for your claim, including reviewing medical records and proving the severity of your injury.

If you have not yet started the application process or your claim has been denied and you want to appeal, we can help. At Carl & Tavel, we have worked with a wide range of clients dealing with the complexities of SSD benefits. You can count on us to explain exactly what you can expect and help you navigate the complexities.


​​​​​Would you like to schedule a no-obligation, confidential consultation with a Harris County SSD lawyer? Call our office at (281) 377-1348.

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