Winston-Salem Disability Lawyers
If you, or any of your family need help with a social security disability claim in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, our legal team at Collins Price are here to help
Hiring an attorney is a big decision which should be carefully considered. At Collins Price we help injured and disabled people get the social security they need.
We are a local firm of social security disability attorneys serving North Carolina with multiple offices in the Piedmont Triad area. We’re located in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem at the iconic Winston Tower, next to Cardinal Hall and the Old Forsyth County Courthouse. We’ve represented hundreds of residents in Winston-Salem, and love having the opportunity to serve our local community.
Our Winston-Salem Office
Address: 301 N. Main St., Ste 803,
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Phone: 336-793-9680 | Fax: 336-727-2599
Request a Case Review
If you have questions about your application or your eligibility for Social Security Disability, call us today or fill out the form below and we’ll review your case.
Social Security Benefit Claims we can help you with
Social Security Disability (SSDI)
A federal insurance program designed to help people who are no longer able to work because of one or more severe medical conditions.
Disabled workers are eligible to apply for SSDI if they have earned enough wages over the past 10 years.
To be “fully insured” for purposes of eligibility, a worker must be credited with at least 20 quarters of earnings in the past 10 years, or 40 quarters.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
A financial need-based program that pays monthly benefits to people with limited income and resources who are disabled, blind, or age 65 or older.
Residents of North Carolina who get SSI can also get Medicaid to pay for hospital stays, doctor bills, prescription drugs and other health costs
To be eligible for SSI benefits, a child must be either blind or disabled and is under 18 (or under 22 years old if regularly attending school)
A child may be eligible for SSI disability benefits beginning as early as the date of birth.
A child with a visual impairment may be eligible for SSI benefits based on blindness if the impairment meets the definition of blindness
Disabled Widow’s Benefits
If a disabled person passes away while receiving social security benefits, the surviving spouse may be eligible to continue to receive those benefits if:
- They are at between 50 and 60 years old
- have been married to the deceased spouse for at least 9 months immediately prior to the day their spouse died
- Not be entitled to an equal or higher Social Security retirement benefit based on their own work.
About Collins Price
At Collins Price, our priority is to help clients in Winston-Salem and surrounding cities claim the Social Security Disability they need.
In Winston Salem, if you or someone you know is struggling with claiming their social security disability, do not hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.
Handling Winston-Salem ssdi claims in and around the Piedmont Triad area for over 15 years, our two attorney firm has extensive knowledge of North Carolina’s courts and laws.
About Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Winston-Salem is the county seat of Forsyth County and home to many many colleges and institutions, most notably Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University. Known as the City of Arts and Innovation, Winston–Salem has been listed by CBS MoneyWatch as one of the ten best places to retire and Forbes listed it in the top 100 Best Places for Business and Careers
The city of Winston-Salem is a product of the merging of the two neighboring towns of Winston and Salem in 1913.
Salem: In 1766, the first tree was felled for the building of Salem. Salem was a typical Moravian settlement congregation with the public buildings of the congregation grouped around a central square, today Salem Square. For many years only members of the Moravian Church were permitted to live in the settlement. This practice had ended by the American Civil War. Salem was incorporated as a town in December 1856. Salem Square and “God’s Acre”, the Moravian Graveyard, since 1772 are the site each Easter morning of the world-famous Moravian sunrise service. This service, sponsored by all the Moravian church parishes in the city, attracts thousands of worshipers each year.
Winston: In 1849, the Salem congregation sold land north of Salem to the newly formed Forsyth County for a county seat. The new town was called “the county town” or Salem until 1851 when it was renamed Winston for a local hero of the Revolutionary War, Joseph Winston. For its first two decades, Winston was a sleepy county town. In 1868, work began by Salem and Winston business leaders to connect the town to the North Carolina Railroad.That same year, Thomas Jethro Brown of Davie County rented a former livery stable and established the first tobacco warehouse in Winston.
- US District Court
Hiram H. Ward Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse
251 N. Main Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
- Forsyth County Courthouse
200 N Main St #3901,
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
- Winston-Salem Social Security Office
370 Lockland Ave
Winston Salem, NC 27103
- Forsyth County Department of Social Services
741 N Highland Ave,
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
I would like to thank Mr. Collins and his dedicated staff who work so hard on my behalf. Mr. Collins certainly is a very understanding and compassionate man. There is a million ins-and-outs when it comes to disability Mr. Collins was very well-versed on all of them. His advice was spot-on…
“I highly recommend this law firm for your disability claim. Very fast and courteous service only took less than a year to get me approved. If I could, I'd give them 10 stars.”
“Suffice it to say that Brad & team got great results for me and made the process very easy, convenient and efficient. I was very pleased overall and would use them again and recommend to others.”
“Tell a friend, tell a stranger. The Best Disability Attorney in Winston-Salem NC is Mr. Collins hands down. The best decision I’ve made in years.”
Attorney Collins worked with me throughout the whole process of getting me disability. He helped me file and dealt with all of the appeals as well as getting all the necessary documents that was needed. Although my case should have been easy, it wasn’t, and he fought hard until we finally won.
Wonderful experience and very successful outcome. Mr Price was very professional and knowledgeable. He helped me every step of the way! His staff was always available for questions and prompt with answers. Would not recommend anyone else.
We Don’t Get Paid Unless You Win
Many people hesitate to hire a disability lawyer to represent them during their disability hearing or appeal because they’re worried about the cost. With our firm, you don’t have to worry about whether or not you can afford representation. We only charge you when we know you’ll receive benefits.