Washington, Oregon And Idaho Social Security Disability Lawyers
An impairment of the autoimmune system may qualify you to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, if you can demonstrate that the accompanying symptoms will not allow you to continue work.
If you live in Washington, Oregon or Idaho and have been diagnosed with Lupus, arthritis or other immune system disorders, talk to an attorney at Tucker & Boklage, PLLC, in Vancouver, Washington. We are a team of knowledgeable, experienced Social Security Disability claims lawyers with years of experience helping people receive the benefits they need for themselves and their families.
The SSDI “blue book” lists the following autoimmune disorders as qualifying disabilities for benefits:
- Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (Lupus)
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Turn Your Claim Over To Us
Trying to handle the pain and medical treatment for an autoimmune disorder requires time and energy. While you and your family concentrate on your health, we are ready to handle every aspect of your initial claim or appeal of a denied claim. From gathering initial reports and records to submitting accurate and complete application forms, we are on your side, aggressively working to move your approval through the Social Security system.
What Tucker & Boklage offers that SSDI assistance companies and other law firms do not:
- A local, family atmosphere: Our mother and son team of attorneys Suzan Tucker and Adam Boklage offers more than 20 combined years of experience exclusively in Social Security law.
- A history of results: We have helped thousands of people get benefits after their initial claim was denied.
- Licensed attorneys: We have the legal authority to appeal your case to federal court, if necessary to help you get the benefits you need.
- No upfront costs or attorneys’ fees: You will not pay a penny unless or until you start to receive SSDI benefits payments.
Questions About SSDI For Immune System Disorders? Call Tucker & Boklage.
Call us toll free at 800-434-6117 or locally at 360-524-4934, or use our convenient email contact form to request a return call from one of our lawyers to discuss ways we can help you obtain the SSDI benefits you are entitled to.