Atlanta, Georgia, Social Security Disability Lawyer

If an illness or injury prevents you from working, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability, but the Social Security Administration has specific guidelines for what qualifies as a disability and requires extensive documentation.

Categories of Qualifying Disability

The law firm of Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, LLC has extensive experience and demonstrated success in disability claims and appeals, including hard-to-prove cases that defy diagnosis or don't fit neatly into the Administration's criteria.

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Since 1993, we have served SSDI and SSI claimants in the Metro Atlanta area and throughout Georgia. Our highly experienced Atlanta, Georgia, Social Security Disability lawyers have helped clients win benefits for a wide range of Social Security Disability categories. Contact us today to arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your unique case.

We Have Handled the Full Spectrum of Disabilities:

Psychiatric/Mental Illness Claims

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Agent Orange Exposure/VA Claims

Spinal Cord Injury/Back and Neck Claims

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Chronic Pain Conditions (CRPS/RSD)

Lupus and Autoimmune Diseases

Multiple Sclerosis

Cancer Disability

Heart and Lung Diseases

Complications of Diabetes

Complications of Stroke

Rheumatoid Arthritis/Polyarthritis


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Chemical Sensitivities

Migraines/Seizures/Chronic Headaches

Fighting to Prove Your Disability

A diagnosis of a serious illness or physical impairment does not automatically entitle you to benefits. In order to qualify for Social Security Disability insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), you must demonstrate that your diagnosed condition, related health complications or side effects of treatment prevent you from working. Our attorneys work with your doctors and care providers to provide the medical documentation to secure your benefits.

Do not despair if your claim has been denied. Most initial claims for disability benefits are turned down. Our firm has a very high rate of success at the administrative law judge hearing level, and has achieved notable results in administrative and federal court appeals of adverse ALJ rulings.

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Contact us at 877-572-3949 for a free consultation. We are committed to fighting for you as long as it takes to win, and there are no attorney fees unless you are approved for SSDI or SSI benefits. We also coordinate your workers' compensation or long-term disability policy claims.