Social Security Act

An understanding of the Social Security Act helps our attorneys better represent our clients.

The Social Security Act of the United States was created in 1935 to address the problems of economic security that existed at that time. Today, Social Security has evolved into a major facet in an individual’s life. A primary benefit of our social security system distributes disability insurance to individuals who are incapable of working due to physical or mental disability. As you may know that the Social Security System faces serious financial problems that may only going to get worse over time. The concern is well grounded. As you may also know Social Security does not just automatically provides welfare but takes into consideration the fact that benefits are paid to individuals or to family on the basis of employment record and prior contributions to the system. One can say that Social Security benefits therefore, can be obtained from years of hard work. Since there are rules and regulations governing Social Security, it is essential that you seek the services of a Social Security attorney. If you need a Social Security Disability Attorney on your side call our Law Firm day or night. The call is free, the initial consultation is free.  Call us toll free at 1.800.862.1260.