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Demopolis Social Security Disability Attorneys

For individuals who suffer a debilitating injury or illness and cannot continue to work, whether the injury is work-related or not, we have substantial experience pursuing Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. We can help you prepare for your telephone interview, as well as present your SSDI claim. We will guide you every step of the way through the complicated claims process.

After a denial, it is critical to have the guidance of an experienced lawyer in your corner. If you have been denied benefits, our SSDI claims and workers’ compensation lawyers can help you set the record straight and pursue the full benefits you deserve.

At Gibbs & Sellers, PC, our Social Security Disability attorneys can help you navigate the complex claims process. 

Frequently Asked Questions on Social Security Disability

How is Social Security Disability calculated?

Social Security Disability benefits are calculated based on your average lifetime earnings covered by Social Security. The Social Security Administration (SSA) uses a formula that takes into account your highest-earning years to determine your benefit amount. 

It's important to note that the calculation of Social Security Disability benefits can be complex, and the actual benefit amount may vary based on individual circumstances. Additionally, there are maximum benefit amounts set by law, so even if you have a high AIME, your benefit may be capped at a certain level.

How long does Social Security Disability last?

Social Security Disability benefits can last as long as you remain disabled and unable to work. However, there are certain circumstances under which your benefits may stop including medical improvement, return to work, reaching retirement age, and recovery.

It's important to note that the process of stopping disability benefits due to medical improvement or returning to work typically involves a review by the SSA. You will usually receive advance notice and have the opportunity to provide medical evidence or other information to support your continued eligibility for benefits.

Meet Our Social Security Disability Lawyers

If you're considering applying for Social Security Disability benefits or if your application has been denied, it's crucial to contact an experienced Social Security Disability attorney. They can help you understand the eligibility requirements, navigate the application process, and appeal any denials to maximize your chances of receiving the benefits you deserve. The Social Security Disability lawyers at Gibbs & Sellers Law Firm can provide you with the legal guidance and representation you need to pursue Social Security Disability benefits.

John M. Gibbs


Sebie G. Sellers


Monica H. Grecu


Jamee I. York


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To learn more about how we can help and your legal options, call us at 334-289-2255, or send us an email now. We represent wrongful death clients in Marengo, Perry, Hale, Wilcox, Dallas, Sumter, Greene, and Clarke counties.

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