Social Security Disability and Your Rights
Do you have questions about social security disability? Are you confused about your rights, how much you may be entitled to, or simply frustrated with your claims current process? If yes, than give us a call at Neblett, Beard & Arsenault right away. Our Louisiana social security disability attorneys have been fighting to protect the rights of our clients for over 40 years. We would be happy to provide you with a free consultation. One of our social security disability lawyers will take time to answer all of your questions.
Today, we’re going to introduce you to Louisiana social security disability attorney Ted Roberts. Mr. Roberts focuses his practice on social security, disability, and workers’ compensation. In addition, attorney Barbara Mixon has over three decades of experience handling social security disability cases. Together, Mrs. Mixon and Mr. Roberts provide experienced counsel to those who need legal assistance with their Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance claims.
Please watch our video above to learn more about social security claims and how the closure of social security offices and branches could affect your claim. We know how to help you through this process, even with offices closed. You can also keep reading our article below to find out more information about our Louisiana social security disability lawyers, or call us at (318) 561-2500.
What Can a Louisiana Social Security Disability Attorney Help Me With?
Well, for starters, it’s always good to have an attorney on your side. One who is representing you and your best interests. Especially when you’re dealing with an insurance company or the government. See, insurance companies and government agencies have their own lawyers, and those lawyers are financially compensated to protect the best interests of their employers. That means they do NOT have helping you listed as number one on their priority list. We do, and we want to get you paid the money you deserve.
Social Security Disability (SSD) is a benefit available to people whose disabilities prevent them from earning a living. There are two types of SSD: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), which is available to injured workers, their widowed spouses or disabled children; and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is available to disabled persons in financial need. The Social Security Administration (SSA) administers and regulates both the SSDI and the SSI programs.
The Louisiana Social Security Disability attorneys at Neblett, Beard & Arsenault have spent almost 40 years representing disability victims across the state. We know the frustrations faced by disabled individuals applying for Social Security Disability benefits. Even if you feel you have a clear case of severe disability, without the proper documentation and presentation of evidence, your claim may be turned down – in fact, a large majority of initial claim attempts are rejected. It’s important not to become discouraged, however, because an experienced disability lawyer can help you appeal your claim decision and obtain the benefits to which you are entitled.
If your Louisiana Social Security Disability claim has been denied, contact our firm by calling (318) 561-2500 today or submit an online request. We proudly serve the people of Louisiana including Baton Rouge, Alexandria, Lafayette, Shreveport, Lake Charles and Monroe.
Learn More About Louisiana Social Security Disability Attorney Ted Roberts
Edward E. “Ted” Roberts was born in Baton Rouge, LA and raised in Alexandria, LA. He attended Louisiana State University for his undergraduate work, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Ted decided to pursue a career as an attorney after he was inspired by his father, who is also a lawyer and judge. Before law school, Ted worked at Pinecrest State School for special needs children and adults, and while in law school he worked at several law firms and regularly did pro bono work. He received his Juris Doctorate from the Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1998. After law school, Ted worked as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Allen Krake in the 35th Judicial District Court.
Ted began his practice with Neblett, Beard & Arsenault in 1999. Ted’s primary areas of practice at the firm are Worker’s Compensation and personal injury. Ted is passionate about his work, and when asked why he chose Worker’s Compensation, Ted said, “I love taking the burden of dealing with insurance companies away from injured workers.”
Ted is married to Kimberly Martinez Roberts and they have two sons, Edward E. Roberts, IV and David Emile Roberts. The family enjoys travelling together, and Ted plays golf and hunts in his spare time. He also loves to watch his children play sports.