Work-Related Disability and Accidents

When you suffer from a work-related disability, you may also qualify for additional benefits from Worker’s Compensation.

Filing Worker’s Comp for Work-Related Disability

If you have applied for Social Security disability benefits due to an injury that you sustained while you were hurt on the job, you may be entitled to workers compensation benefits. if you notify your former employer within a certain amount of time. Learn more about Worker’s Compensation and our services in obtaining benefits on your behalf.

Combining Social Security Benefits and Worker’s Comp From Work-Related Disability

If you win workers compensation benefits, the Social Security Disability check that you receive will be offset (reduced) based on the circumstances of your disability and the amount of Workers Compensation benefits you were awarded.

As a service to our personal injury, social security, and workers’ compensation clients, the Strom Law Firm helps clients in Columbia and throughout South Carolina to navigate the administrative system and obtain disability benefits (SSDI).  The interplay between SSDI and workers’ compensation benefits is an area that we can turn to our client’s advantage.

In many circumstances, the Strom Law Firm can help reduce the offset to your benefits and spread it out over your lifetime, resulting in higher benefit payments each month so long as your workers’ comp claim is pending when we are retained.

Our workers compensation and social security attorneys have successfully represented many people who were initially denied benefits.

Contact the Social Security Lawyers at the Strom Law Firm today for a free consultation, 888-490-2847, to discuss the facts surrounding your claim for Social Security benefits.

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