Are you considering applying for Social Security Disability benefits and interested in local disability success stories? Our Lexington disability lawyers are here to help! Below, you’ll find one of our client testimonials. Please note, names were changed to ensure client confidentiality.
Collins Price Disability Stories
Collins Price Client Study: Crohn’s Disease, Depression and Anxiety
Client Profile and Impairments: William is a 39-year-old man living with chronic issues related to Crohn’s disease, depression, and anxiety. He could no longer maintain regular work attendance due to his Crohn’s symptoms. And, his disability mental disorder resulting from depression and anxiety dramatically impacted his daily life.
How Collins Price Helped: William had previously applied for benefits but as is common, was denied multiple times. His claim had progressed to the hearing stage where he was also denied in front of an administrative law judge.
Our Lexington disability lawyers helped William file a new claim for benefits. This allowed us to obtain a new hearing in front of an administrative law judge. To strengthen his claim, the Collins Price team contacted several of William’s treating physicians. They submitted strong opinions supporting his claim for benefits. We used these opinions to argue that Williams was not able to maintain regular work attendance.
The administrative law judge at William’s second hearing agreed with us and approved his claim. William received more than $15,000.00 in backpay.
Total Cumulative Disability Benefits Awarded: $58,000 in back pay, monthly disability payments for life, and health insurance through Medicare.
Lexington Disability Lawyers and Other Communities across North Carolina, Charlotte, and Winston-Salem
Stay tuned for more client testimonials and reviews to come. In the meantime, if you or someone you know is applying for or appealing denied disability benefits, contact us today. We serve disability claimants in Lexington, those living around Charlotte, and claimants located throughout North Carolina and Winston-Salem.