Social Security Disability Insurance And Workers’ Compensation

Are you considering applying for Social Security Disability Insurance or workers' compensation? Choosing between these two disability relief programs is not always black and white. If you are uncertain about whether to pursue either workers' comp or Social Security Disability — or both — contact us at Nelson Law Office in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota. We help clients in Ramsey County and throughout the state get approval for their rightful benefits following a disabling injury or illness.

Workers' Comp Or Social Security Disability? Or Both?

While Social Security Disability Insurance and workers' compensation are separate programs, they have much in common. They are both intended to help people who have experienced a serious disability that has forced them to stop working. In many cases, it is possible to qualify for both workers' comp and Social Security Disability benefits and receive both at the same time. However, it is important to note that the benefits you receive from one program will be deducted from what you receive from the other program.

One Of Minnesota's Leading Workers' Compensation Attorneys

With more than 35 years of experience practicing workers' compensation and Social law, attorney Gregg Nelson has helped thousands of people appeal denied claims and secure benefits. Whether you qualify for Social Security Disability, workers' compensation or a combination of the two, as your lawyer Mr. Nelson will personally guide you through the process of appealing a denied claim, giving you the benefit of his decades of experience.

Questions? Schedule A Free, No-Risk Consultation.

Contact Nelson Law Office at 651-707-1961 to schedule a free case evaluation with Gregg Nelson. Our firm works on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we help you obtain benefits.