They approach representation in a hands-on manner. You will meet your lawyer at Leavitt & Meunier Law LLC. Melanie or Adam will individually manage every element of your case, including reviewing medical records for problems and working with you to resolve them long before the hearing. When it comes time for a court to hear your case, this will result in fewer difficulties in the record. In Southern Louisiana and Mississippi, we are a local law company familiar with the local Social Security offices, hearings offices, claims representatives, disability examiners, courts, and Louisiana disability attorneys. For more than two decades, they have personally represented clients before courts in Alexandria, Houma, Baton Rouge, Metairie, New Orleans, Hattiesburg, and Gulfport.
They are familiar with all local district offices, Disability Determination Offices in Louisiana and Mississippi, and local community services such as free health care, mental health providers, and local doctors as Social Security Disability attorneys. Right before the hearing, out-of-town attorneys farm out cases to local attorneys, leaving the client with someone who has no prior knowledge of the matter. Because we are unique, you should always see us at our local office.
A SOCIAL SECURITY ATTORNEY IS REQUIRED:
- S.I. (Supplemental Security Income) is a
Social Security Income (SSI) is a needs-based program that takes into account your income and assets to provide you with financial support, regardless of your job experience.
- Disability Insurance through Social Security
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program is funded by payroll taxes and distributed to those who have paid FICA contributions to the Social Security trust fund.
Give the skilled and experienced team of Louisiana disability attorneys, a call now to explore your alternatives if you are suffering from disability counsel. mFrom Hattiesburg to Lafayette, we know who works at the local offices. We are familiar with the physicians and clinics in the area. Melanie has represented the majority of the area’s major labor unions, including oil, chemical, and atomic employees, masters, mates, and pilots, as well as the building profession.