Are you getting less than you deserve? Call (844) 612-5800 to speak to a Social Security Disability lawyer in Orange County.
If you rely on Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, reduced payments can create serious challenges. We understand that, as a SSD recipient, there isn’t much you can do to increase your income or make up for smaller benefits payments. In many cases, there is a legitimate reason for a dip in your SSD payments, but sometimes it can happen without your knowing or occur due to administrative error or accident.
Need help fixing a reduction in your SSD benefits? Call (844) 612-5800 to speak to a Social Security Disability attorney in Orange County.
Common Reasons for Reduced Social Security Disability Payments
Some of the reasons your Social Security Disability payments may have decreased include:
- Change in marital status
- Change in overall family income
- Change in employment income (This can include a raise, a promotion, moving from part-time to full-time employment, and more.)
- Change in retirement benefits payments, or starting to receive retirement benefits payments
However, in some cases, you may not have experienced any of the above changes and still receive lower payments. If this happens to you, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel right away and get a tough, knowledgeable, and experienced legal representative on your side.
How a Social Security Disability Lawyer Can Help
Contesting a government agency’s decisions is fairly challenging for the average person. In order to be successful, you need the assistance of someone who understands how Social Security works. At Humphrey & Associates, we have helped many clients resolve issues pertaining to Social Security payments and benefits. Not only do we possess in-depth knowledge of how benefits are dispersed and what must be done to access them, we have your best interests in mind and are committed to helping you get the support you need.
You don’t have to figure this out on your own. Let us help. Contact us to schedule your complimentary consultation today.