Advocating for the disabled community since 2011.
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Humphries Law represents clients throughout Georgia and surrounding areas. Whether you’re a victim of injury, suffering from debilitating disease, we will not only defend your claim, but we'll also help you find resources to sustain you during this transition. We bring extensive experience and professionalism to every case and customize our support to your individual needs and concerns.
Our managing attorney has been practicing for over a decade. We’re on the pulse of modern technology and media, and have monitored their evolution to inform our own legal approaches—all to give you exceptional advice that will last for years to come.
We come to you. Most cases can be initiated and completely handled over the phone with relevant supporting documents being faxed, mailed, or emailed to us. Our expert, experienced, legal staff will prepare, skillfully organize, and submit your individual file for optimal outcome. We will also do close follow-up, keep you updated on the progress, and will request any additional documentation as needed. For those cases that require an Administrative Hearing, your Attorney Representative from the Humphries Law firm will carefully prepare you and accompany you to the local hearing scheduled in your area. Generally any claimant requiring an Administrative Hearing must be given access to a hearing location within 75 miles of their home address of record.
We are here for you. We are a focused law practice. Social Security Disability Law is all we do. Your individual claim and successful outcome is important to us. Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether our services are right for you.
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Social Security Disability
Social Security Administration was initially founded and developed during the Social Security Act of 1935. The Act included unemployment insurance, old-age insurance, and means-tested welfare programs.
Tiers of Disability
There are two major tiers of disability. One tier is Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits, Title II claim. Second tier is Supplemental Security Income, Title XVI claim. Title II Disability Benefits pays an individual and certain members of their family if they are "insured". Insured status is established by the amount of years worked and the amount paid into Social Security taxes. Title XVI benefits are based on financial need.
evolution OF DISABILITY
Since initially developed, the Social Security Disability Program has made major changes and triumphs throughout the years. Major reforms have taken place every decade beginning in the 1940s to most recent has the 2000s.
Definition of disability
The true definition of disability is as follows: The said individual can not do the type of work that they did prior to; unable to adjust to other work if suggested; and, the disability has to last or expect to last for at least one year or more and/or result in death.
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