Social Security Benefits Explained

We Have Answers To Your Social Security Questions

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are available for people who have disabilities or illnesses that prevent them from working. But the laws governing these programs are complex and many initial claims are denied. Without legal representation, you may not get the benefits you deserve.

At Dale Buchanan & Associates, we take an informative approach to Social Security law. We explain important concepts to our clients, answer their questions and provide responsive service during the appeals process.

Call 800-813-8783 today for a free consultation.

Social Security Disability Questions

Some of the most commonly asked questions about Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income appear below. We have provided short answers on this page, and you can learn additional information about the topic by following the links.

Can I expedite my Social Security Disability hearing? — In some cases yes, in others no. An attorney at our law firm can advise you of your options.

Can I work while on Social Security Disability? — Yes, you can. But working too much or earning too much could lead to reduced benefits. You could even lose your benefits altogether.

Can my family receive Social Security benefits? — In some cases, the answer is yes. Dale Buchanan & Associates can review your situation and if necessary, represent you in an appeal.

Other commonly asked Social Security Disability questions include:

Do I need an attorney for my Social Security Disability claim?

How are Social Security Insurance Benefits determined?

What if I can't afford a doctor?

Will job retraining help my situation?

We have provided short and informative videos that answer important questions about Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income claims:

How do I apply for disability benefits?

How are SSDI and SSI cases decided?

My Social Security Disability case has been denied. What are my options?

I'm disabled. Why do I need a lawyer?

Is having an attorney expensive?

No Benefits, No Fee

We handle most SSDI and SSI cases on contingency. You will have no out-of-pocket costs, and you will owe an attorney fee only if we obtain benefits for you.

Free Consultation With An Attorney

Contact Dale Buchanan & Associates to get answers to your questions and to learn how we can help you. Our law firm represents clients throughout the U.S. from our headquarters in Chattanooga and six other offices.