Our Omaha Law Firm Helps Clients Obtain Social Security Disability, VA Disability, and Railroad Retirement Act Benefits
Here at Cuddigan Law, disability is all we do. No matter what may have caused your debilitation, we’re here to help you determine whether you’re eligible for disability, and to help you receive those benefits to which you’re entitled. From the initial applicatio0n through the review process and even appeals, our experienced attorneys are dedicated to helping you and your family get the financial help that you need.
We have offices in Omaha and Lincoln, and are proud to serve residents of Nebraska and Iowa before the Social Security Administration, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as in matters regarding the Railroad Retirement Act. If you have questions about disability benefits, we urge you to contact our us to schedule a free, no-obligation, initial evaluation. We are available for evening and weekend appointments and may be able to come to your home if you are unable to visit one of our offices. Call (402) 933-5405 today to get started.
Applying for Social Security disability benefits is a huge undertaking that can really benefit from the knowledge of an experienced lawyer. More than half of first-time applications are denied. You can't take the chance that you will be among those denials—and, if you are, don't risk it happening again! Our Omaha Social Security disability attorneys can help you through the entire disability process from start to finish. Our main office in Omaha is easily accessible for Iowa applicants who live in the Council Bluffs, Atlantic, Harlan, Creston, Shenandoah and Glenwood area. We also have an office in Lincoln, Nebraska to meet with clients who live in the Beatrice, Seward, and York Nebraska area. We are available for phone appointments for individuals who are unable to travel to our Omaha, Nebraska office.
You have done your duty to the nation, and it’s time to return home. Although you were wounded, you are glad to have the chance to continue your rehabilitation back in the United States among your friends and family; however, you’re having trouble getting the help you need. You won’t be able to work in the foreseeable future, and the Veterans Administration doesn’t seem to want to call you back. Our attorneys can help you through the VA disability appeal process, getting you maximum compensation for your injuries to help you recover. We help Veterans from all across the country..