What Happens After Your Social Security Disability Claim is Approved

Many of our clients have their Social Security Disability claims approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and they often wonder what happens next. How will they receive their money? How much money will they receive? Are family members entitled to any benefits? As your North Carolina Social Security disability attorneys our goal is to make sure that you get all of the benefits that you deserve during each month of your eligibility for Social Security Disability (SSD).

Receiving Monthly Payments: the SSA makes monthly payments via direct deposit or check.

The Amount of Your Monthly Payments: the amount of your SSD payments depend on your age and the amount of time that you have been paying into the Social Security system. Other factors that may affect the amount of your payments include any worker's compensation, public disability benefits or government pensions that you are receiving.

Family Benefits: your spouse, divorced spouse, minor children, or adult disabled children may be able to receive benefits of up to 50% of your disability payment, if they are eligible.

Social Security Disability benefits are provided on an indefinite basis. Thus, issues may arise after your claim has been approved. If you believe that you have been wrongfully denied Social Security Disability benefits to which you are entitled, it is important to contact experienced North Carolina SSD lawyers.

The NC Social Security lawyers of Egerton Law provide representation to clients who are filing an initial claim, an appeal, or who have been wrongfully denied SSD benefits after receiving them for a period of time. Since 1956, our firm has been committed to helping injured people and their families with their financial and legal recoveries. Call Egerton Law today at 1-800-800-4LAW and speak to one of our experienced and empathetic lawyers on your first very call!