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Nebraska SSDI Claim Attorneys

Secure the Benefits You Deserve with Watson & Carroll

Disability can often keep people from working, which can have an adverse effect on entire families. If you have been hurt in a serious accident—either on the job or not—you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. This federal insurance system was put in place to help Americans who are kept from working and supporting themselves due to a medical condition.

Regardless of the reason that you have become disabled, our legal team at Watson & Carroll is here to help. We can review your situation in great detail to determine if you are qualified for SSDI and help you with the process of filing for benefits. If you are eligible for benefits, we can ensure that your claim is thorough, compelling, and stands the best chance at a swift approval.

Give us a call now at (402) 909-0026 to make an appointment with a knowledgeable Omaha and Lincoln SSDI benefit lawyer.

Who Is Qualified for SSDI Benefits?

The purpose of SSDI is to provide benefits on a monthly basis to individuals who cannot work and provide for themselves due to a disability. There are a few factors which are taken into consideration to determine how much a qualifying claimant will receive. There is a wide range of disabilities that may qualify for benefits, which is why it is important that you consult with a Nebraska SSDI attorney during the claims process.

A few impairments or disabilities which may qualify for SSDI benefits include:

  • Kidney disease
  • Immune system disorders
  • Vision loss
  • Hearing loss
  • Respiratory illness
  • Mental disorders
  • Cancer
  • Skin disorders
  • Cardiovascular conditions
  • Neurological disorders
  • Musculoskeletal problems

Ready to File a Claim? Call (402) 909-0026 Now!

The process of applying for SSDI benefits can be complex, and involve a variety of different steps and obtaining various types of medical records to back your claim. This may also require you to go to a number of doctors to get their expert opinion that you are disabled and cannot work.

We can assist you with a wide range of steps involved in the SSDI application process, including:

  • Compiling any necessary medical reports
  • Obtaining an expert's evaluation
  • Assistance through the hearing
  • Requesting necessary subpoenas
  • Petitioning for a previous application to be reopened

We are here to answer your questions. Contact us to request a consultation with our team today.

What Sets Us Apart

Watson & Carroll Attorneys Bring Unique Experience to Every Case
  • Esteemed Attorney & Register Nurse

    John F. Carroll, President of Watson & Carroll, is a licensed registered nurse and attorney.

  • Collaborative
    Team Approach

    Our team approach helps us achieve successful outcomes for our clients and their families.

  • Sharing Our
    Client's Story

    Our team helps clients connect to and share their story in a caring, compassionate, & nurturing way.

  • Trial Lawyers
    College Graduate

    John F. Carroll is a graduate and participating member of Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College.