Help with your Social Security Disability claim in St. Louis
If you are disabled and unable to work, you may qualify for federal disability benefits through one of the Social Security Administration’s disability programs. The Disability Guide on this website provides information to help you understand program eligibility and how Social Security decides whether you are entitled to receive benefits.
While the Social Security Administration does not require you to be represented by counsel, a Social Security disability attorney from Bridgepoint Law Firm can evaluate your claim, help with your initial application and, if denied, help with your appeal. If your case goes to a hearing, your attorney will ensure that you are well represented and maximize your chance of winning benefits.
There are no up-front costs or attorney’s fees to hire a Social Security disability attorney at Bridgepoint Law Firm. There is no attorney fee unless you win benefits, and the fee will be limited to 25% of the past-due benefits that have accrued at the time of the favorable decision. Typically, the fee is withheld by Social Security from the past-due benefits and paid directly to the law firm. This means the attorney fees come only from money already owed to you when you win, and not from your future benefits. Your future benefits are 100% yours. The law firm is not allowed to collect any fees that Social Security has not approved.
If you live in the Greater St. Louis area, including eastern Missouri and southern Illinois, and are considering filing a Social Security disability claim or appeal, speak with a Social Security attorney from Bridgepoint Law Firm about your case.
Bridgepoint Law Firm, LLC
75 W. Lockwood Ave., Suite 222
St. Louis, MO 63119
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DisabilityStL.com is operated by Bridgepoint Law Firm, LLC, a St. Louis law firm serving clients in applying for and appealing denials of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit claims throughout St. Louis City and County, including the Missouri communities of Ballwin, Brentwood, Chesterfield, Clayton, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Glendale, Kirkwood, Ladue, Maplewood, Maryland Heights, Olivette, Richmond Heights, University City, Webster Groves, Wildwood and Town & Country, and the eastern Missouri counties of St. Charles, Franklin and Jefferson, as well as the Southern Illinois counties of Madison, St. Clair and Monroe, including the communities of East St. Louis, Belleville, Granite City, Alton, Edwardsville, Collinsville and Fairview Heights.