Louisiana Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Lawyer

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides benefits to individuals suffering from a serious disability that prevents them from finding or maintaining work. There are a number of different programs under which those with disabilities may qualify for Social Security disability benefits, but one of the most important is the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program.

SSDI pays disability victims based on their previous work history and income, and it can be an important source of support for those who may not otherwise be able to cover the costs of living on their own. If you need help with a Social Security Disability Insurance claim in Louisiana, attorney Loyd J. Bourgeois is fully prepared to help you.

Our Social Security Disability Practice Areas

If you have been unable to work due to an illness or injury, chances are you have considered applying for Social Security Disability benefits. Unfortunately, many people struggle with the SSDI application and appeal process, and it can be extraordinarily difficult to get the disability benefits you need on your own. That’s why legal assistance can be so critical. We can help you with issues involving:

We are fully prepared to help individuals in the Greater New Orleans area (Metairie, Kenner, Gretna, Algiers, Harvey, Marrero, Slidell, Covington, Mandeville, LaCombe, Folsom, Luling, Destrehan, Avondale, Laplace), as well as other Louisiana residents, with these and other needs relating to Social Security Disability Insurance.

Talk to a Louisiana SSDI Attorney

Because each individual’s situation is unique, it is always a good idea to talk to an attorney before filing or appealing your claim. Contact Loyd J. Bourgeois, Attorney at Law today by calling (888) 552-4773 to speak directly with a qualified legal professional about the issues and questions specifically involved in your disability claim. There is no fee for an initial consultation, and you can begin to get the help you need with your disability claim.