Irvine Social Security Disability Lawyer

Serving Clients Throughout Southern California

At United States Disability Center, we have dedicated our entire practice to helping disabled or injured individuals claim the benefits they need. If you have been disabled before retirement age, you have the right to claim Social Security disability (SSD) benefits. While about 70% of all SSDI and SSI claims are rejected the first time around, with counsel from seasoned social security disability attorneys, we may be able to improve your chances of getting approved the first time or on appeal.

Our SSD attorneys in Irvine provide effective, dedicated legal strategies for our clients' disability needs on a no recovery, no fee basis. That means you have no upfront fees, and no fees at all unless we secure SSD benefits for you, including past-due benefits. Do not hesitate to discover how we can help you get the benefits you need and deserve as quickly as possible.

Don't Wait to Get Help! Call Our Team Today at (888) 300-5703 to Schedule a Free, No-Obligation Consultation.

Testimonials

  • United States Disability Center I was impressed at her professionalism, knowledge of the Social Security laws and workings of the Social Security system.
  • United States Disability Center Thank you Monica and United States Disability Center for giving me a life that I never would have been able to have if it hadn't been for you!!
  • United States Disability Center Thank you for representing me, you're wonderful!
  • United States Disability Center Thanks to Monica d for doing all the leg work and winning my case after fighting for 2 years
  • United States Disability Center I felt my case was handled very personally and professionally.
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How We Get You Results

  • We will fight for the benefits you deserve
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Meet Our Experienced Social Security Disability Team

  • Gil Alvandi Gil Alvandi
  • Jon Argenziano Jon Argenziano
  • Monica Dooley Monica Dooley
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FAQ

  • What is Social Security Disability?

    Social Security disability (SSD or SSDI) benefits are monthly payments paid to workers who were disabled before retirement age and cannot return to work. This is also called workers disability.

  • Who Is Eligible To Apply?

    There are certain legal, financial, and medical requirements that an applicant must fulfill. For one thing, your disability or medical condition must qualify as being severe, long-term, and total according to the definitions laid out by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Furthermore, depending on your age, you must have accrued enough work credits. For instance, if a 50-year-old became disabled and wanted to apply, he or she must have 28 work credits, that is, to have worked seven years, five of which occurred in the last decade. Call (888) 300-5703 to speak with an SSD attorney and see if you qualify!

  • How Long Does the Process Take?

    The time frame can vary. Decisions are given between 4 to 6 months from the initial application. If an application was denied, this can take an additional several months up to a year or more for the process to complete. This is because the overwhelming majority of first-time applicants are denied, and it could take anywhere from one to three appeal steps to secure approval.

  • What Are the Costs for Applying?

    There are no upfront fees to hire a Social Security disability lawyer. This is called a contingency fee agreement, where the lawyer is paid only if he or she can secure disability benefits for you. In fact, an SSD lawyer only gets paid if you are awarded past-due benefits; their fee comes from this back pay.