Winning Disability Benefits in Nevada
For years, we have successfully represented thousands of clients from Las Vegas, Henderson, and other Nevada cities. If you can no longer work due to a disability, we can help you now.
Contacting us is free. Call 1-800-323-2323 and we can tell you over the phone whether you will qualify for benefits. It does not cost anything to become our client and you will not owe an attorney fee unless we win your case. Call now and put our experience to work for you.
You can apply for disability benefits by calling 1-800-772-1213 or visiting a local field office at the addresses below:
Henderson SSA Office
10416 S Eastern Ave
Henderson, NV 89052
Las Vegas SSA Office
1250 S Buffalo Drive, Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89117
North Las Vegas SSA Office
4340 Simmons Street
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Our Nevada History
Cannon Disability Law is one of the top law Social Security Disability firms in Las Vegas, Nevada. We have helped thousands of clients in Nevada obtain disability benefits. We also help our clients apply for Social Security disability and SSI benefits at the outset of their claim. We will appeal your case if you are denied benefits and we will request a hearing for you. We meet with our clients before the hearing and help them understand the questions that they will be asked by the Judge. We have over 40 years of legal expertise in obtaining disability benefits.
You can also apply for Social Security Disability benefits and Supplemental Security Income online at http://www.ssa.gov. We can help you apply for benefits online and answer your questions about applying for disability benefits. Usually, we can tell you over the phone whether or not you qualify and have a good chance of winning your case. Talking to us is free. Give us a call today.
To learn about your rights and legal options, call Cannon Disability Law at (801) 322-2121 or call toll-free at (800) 732-2323 and speak to one of our disability attorneys today. Our attorneys are admitted in Nevada. We can help you no matter where you live, just contact us.
Qualifying disabilities can be both physical and mental or a combination of both. The rules are different for people who are over 50 years old.