Call the Charlotte social security disability law office of Daniel A. Bridgman: (704) 815-6055. Please call today!
If you have filed an application for Social Security benefits or are contemplating doing so, it is likely you are facing difficult times. The decision in your case awarding or denying benefits will be a critical factor in your ability to move on with your life. A Charlotte social security disability law office can provide each client the professional expertise and personal care necessary to achieve the best result possible.
One of the best ways to learn how a system really operates is to have been on the inside. For instance, many people believe that having a tax preparer who once worked for the IRS gives them an advantage. Before Mr. Bridgman became an attorney and opened his own Charlotte social security disability law office, he worked for the North Carolina Disability Determination Services. He knows exactly what the criteria are for gathering pertinent medical and personal information and the standards for the evaluation process.
After earning his Juris Doctorate degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Mr. Bridgman gained valuable experience working for a law firm that specialized in social security disability cases. Today, his Charlotte social security disability law firm focuses on cases involving social security disability, supplemental social security and children’s supplemental security income, representing clients in North and South Carolina.
Approach to Practice
A successful disability practice must have an established and effective system in place that understands and addresses each phase of the social security disability determination process. In addition, Mr. Bridgman is committed to providing personal service to his clients. He understands how difficult the process is on you, the applicant, and your family. Every client receives personal attorney attention at every step in the process.
Contact a Charlotte Social Security Disability Law Firm for Legal Advice
Whatever stage of the disability process you are at-initial application, reconsideration, appeal, or you are wondering if you qualify-call Daniel A. Bridgman at (704) 815-6055.