Abilene Social Security Disability Attorneys | Abilene, Texas Social Security Lawyers | Taylor County, TX Social Security, SSI & SSDI Law Firms


Are you disabled and unable to work in or around the Abilene, Texas area? Are you thinking about applying for Social Security benefits? Or has your SSI or SSDI application already been denied? If so, then you may need to speak with an experienced Abilene Social Security attorney. Abilene Social Security lawyers/law firms help disabled people receive the Social Security benefits that they are entitled to.

Contact an Abilene Social Security lawyer by filling out the questionnaire on the left.

From its beginnings as a cattle-shipping station, Abilene has been home to hardworking men and women. But some problems cannot be solved with hard work. Homelessness and an inability to meet the daily needs of family life are problems that face many of our residents and the problem grows each passing day. Fortunately, Social Security provides a solution to disabled people when they are unable to work. SSI or SSDI benefits can mean the difference from sleeping rough at Abilene State Park, and qualifying for low income housing with easy access to food and security here in Abilene. It can mean the difference between self-sufficiency and doing time at Taylor County Jail for vagrancy. Social Security is an important safety net for residents of Abilene that helps those at risk in our community make it when a disability prevents them from working.

The Difference Between Winning Your SSI/SSDI Claim and Losing It

Increase your chances of winning your SSI/SSDI claim with an experienced Abilene attorney. Statistically, between 65% and 70% of initial applications are denied nationally. Winning your claim can mean the difference between homelessness and no medical care, and having a safety net of a monthly benefit payment and life-saving medical care. Getting a lawyer on your side that has a strong knowledge of how the Social Security Disability claims process works is critical.

Have an Abilene Social Security Disability Lawyer Work For You

When disability prevents you from taking a job, the stakes are incredibly high. As bills stack up the possibility of falling through the cracks increase as well. Any delay in starting SSI or SSDI benefits can be catastrophic to a person this close to the edge. Fortunately, an Abilene Social Security lawyer can help you be successful with your claim. Facing a bureaucracy like the Social Security Administration is intimidating. Just figuring out the forms can be a challenge, but submitting them for review when you have never done it before is down right terrifying. An experienced Social Security attorney can help you complete Social Security Forms properly on the first try. With so many claims initially denied, getting it right the first time might mean the difference between sinking and swimming. In many cases, you will not even have to pay for an attorney out-of-pocket.

How Much Does an Abilene Social Security Lawyer Cost?

It can vary depending on your attorney. However, most SSI/SSDI attorneys charge a “contingency fee”, meaning they only get paid if you win your case. Fortunately, the government has limited how much a SSI/SSDI lawyers can charge as a contingency fee in most cases - to 25% of your back pay owed to you, up to a maximum of $6,000. To learn more, visit the social security site here.

About the Social Security System: What is it?

The social security system performs two primary functions: (1) it provides monthly payments to people who are unable to work because of a disability (SSDI & SSI), and (2) it provides retirement benefits.

  • “SSDI”, or Social Security Disability Income, is paid to people who are disabled, and who earned a sufficient amount of credit based on their past work history.
  • “SSI”, or Supplemental Security Income, is a program that pays adults or children who are disabled and unable to work, and who do not qualify for SSDI payments.

To qualify for either SSDI or SSI, the claimant must prove his/her injury prevents him from working. This can be very difficult to prove to the social security administration. It can be a big advantage to have an experienced Abilene SSI/SSDI attorney on your side through the application and hearing process.

Living with a Disability

For disabled people in Abilene, the want ads in the Abilene Reporter-News call out mockingly. While others complain about their jobs our disabled residents hope to find a home to live in. No work for the disabled means no income for those who are most at risk. When others prepare for their future at Abilene Christian, McMurry and Hardin-Simmons Universities, disabled individuals struggle to prepare for their next meal. SSI or SSDI benefits can change that for a disabled person. No more hopelessness in the face of intimidating odds. SSI or SSDI can mean the difference between medical attention that allows a somewhat normal life and a continued life of misery. Those benefits mean food on the table and a place to live and gather with friends and family. SSI and SSDI mean the difference between hope and hopelessness. Contact an Abilene Social Security attorney today and begin your path to self-reliance. You can contact your Abilene Social Security Lawyer by filling out the form on the left.

What Kind of Disability Qualifies Someone to Receive Social Security Benefits?

Every case depends on its specific facts. The general criteria are that you cannot perform work that you did before because of a medical condition is expected to result in death or last for at least one year. Contact your Abilene Social Security Disability Attorney to learn more.

Disability from Illness -
SSD Lawyers in Abilene and Taylor County Area
Disability Caused from Injury or Trauma - SSI Attorneys in Abilene and Taylor County Area
Abilene SSI Lawyers Know Exactly How to Proceed to Get Your Benefits Started
Orthopedic Illness - Degenerative Arthritis of the Joints - Back Pain - Degenerative Disk Disease - Scoliosis - Neck Pain Burn Injuries - Chemical Burns - Skin Grafting - Fire Related Inhalation Injuries
Kidney Disease - Renal Disease - Renal Failure - Dialysis - Uremia - Alport's Syndrome, Hereditary Nephritis, Primary Hyperoxaluria Cystinuria. Back Injuries - Shoulder Injuries - Repetitive or Cumulative Injuries - Spinal Injuries - Paralysis, Paraplegia - Quadraplegia - Loss of Hand - Loss of Arm - Loss of Foot - Traumatic Amputation -
Loss of Limb
Diabetes Mellitus - Type I Diabetes - Type II Diabetes Head Injuries - Closed Head Injury - Open Head Injury - Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Heart Disease - Arterial Disease - Peripheral
Vascular Disease - Coronary Artery Disease
Liver Disease - Alcoholic Liver Disease - Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC)
Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC)
Chronic Liver Disease - Cirrhosis - Autoimmune Hepatitis - Hemochromatosis - Wilson's Disease
Hepatitis A - Hepatitis B - Hepatitis C
Stomach Disorders - Viral Gastroenteritis - Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Stomach Cancer - Cancer of the Intestine
Crohn's Disease - Gastroparesis - Gastritus
Common Blood Disorders - Anemia, Elevated cholesterol related disorders, Lymphatic Filariasis, Hemochromatosis, Hemophilia, High blood pressure or hypertension, Leukemia, Sepsis,
Sickle Cell Anemia, Thalassemia and Thrombosis
Loss of Sight - Loss of Hearing - Loss of Smell - Respiratory Disorders - Allergies - Sleep Disorders - Hypo-Sensitivities  


These disabilities have qualified some people for SSI/SSDI benefits:

  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Mental health problems: Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, PTSD Schizophrenia, Mental retardation
  • Cancer
  • Migraines
  • Back problems
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Arthritis
  • Blood Disorders
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Stomach, intestine and liver disorders
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Auto Immune diseases










Local SSI Office

1202 E SOUTH 11TH ST
Phone: (877) 607-9525


Hendrick Health System
1900 Pine Street
Abilene, Texas 79601
Phone: (325) 670-2000

Stamford Memorial Hospital
1601 Columbia Street
Stamford, TX 79553
Phone: (325) 773-2725

Abilene Regional Medical Center
6250 Highway 83/84
Abilene, Texas 79606
Phone: (325) 695-9900

Anson General Hospital
101 Avenue 'J'
Anson, Texas 79501
Phone: (325) 823-3231

Low Cost Hospitals/Free Clinics

Baird CHC
128 West 4th Street
Baird, Texas 79504-5314
(325) 854-1365
Shackelford County Community Resource Center
725 Pate Street
Albany, Texas 76430
(325) 762-2447

Community Outreach

American Red Cross
1610 N 2nd Street
Abilene Texas 79601

United Way
240 Cypress Street, Suite A
Abilene Texas 79601

Hill Resources INC
1850 E Lowden Street
Abilene TX 79601
March of Dimes
402 Cypress Street Suite 806
Abilene Texas 79601

Abilene Hope Haven
801 S Treadaway Boulevard
Abilene TX 79602

Noah Project
1636 N 20th Street
Abilene Texas 79601

Food Banks/Community Outreach

Food Bank of West Central texas
5505 N. First
Abilene , TX 79603
Phone: (325) 695-6311
Fax: (325) 695-6827

Abilene Social Security Disability Lawyers Serving clients throughout Central Texas, including Abilene, Albany, Anson, Avoca, Baird, Belle Plain, Big Spring, Breckenridge, Buffalo Gap, Clyde, Colorado City, Dyess AFB, Eastland, Eula, Goldsboro, Hamlin, Haskell, Hawley, Hawley - Noodle, Impact, Lawn, Lueders, Maryneal, McCaulley, Merkel, Moran, Nolan, Novice, Nugent, Ovalo, Potosi, Roby, Rotan, Roscoe, Snyder, Stamford, Sweetwater, Trent, Tuscola, Tye, Winters, Wylie and other communities in Taylor County and Jones County.

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