Jeffery L Sabel Attorney

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Jeffery L Sabel Attorney

108 Central Ave Goose Creek, SC 29445
(843) 501-1401

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Social Security Disability Process in Charleston, South Carolina

Jeffery L Sabel Attorney at law, represents clients in the South Carolina cities of Charleston, Goose Creek, Moncks Corner, Summerville, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston, and West Ashley. This includes Charleston County, Dorchester County, Berkeley County, and is encompassed by the tri-county area of the low country.

If you are struggling with a severe impairment and need Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits to make ends meet, it is important that you seek representation from an experienced attorney. Jeffery L Sabel Attorney has represented thousands of people like you, and has the in-depth knowledge and skill necessary to get you the benefits you deserve.

  • The first step is your initial application.
    This is reviewed by someone who has never met you, and it is often denied. Don't lose hope. Contact Jeffery Sabel to discuss your disability and the options for appealing the denial.

  • Your next step is to talk to an administrative law judge (ALJ).
    Lawyer Jeffery Sabel can help you predict the questions you will be asked and prepare answers that will persuade the judge of your disability

  • If the ALJ does not grant your appeal, you can request a review by an appeals committee.
    This committee could reverse the decision and choose to grant you benefits, or it might send your case back to the ALJ to reevaluate something specific about your claim

  • The last step in the appeals process is to take your case to a federal court.
    If the appeals council denies your claim, Jeffery Sabel will help you determine if you should appeal your claim in a U.S. District Court. 

SSI might be an option.

In order to be eligible for Social Security Disability, you must have earned a certain number of Social Security work credits through the taxes you have paid in your paychecks. The number of credits you need depends on your age when you become disabled. If you do not qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance, but you are unable to work due to a disability, you might be entitled to Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

Employment & Labor Law Practice Areas

  • On-The-Job Injuries
  • Workers Compensation
  • Work Related Injuries