If you have an injury or illness that keeps you off work permanently, it turns your life upside down.
You need to know this: financial support is available.
Social Security Disability benefits provide monthly checks when you can’t work due to health problems.
With benefits like these, you can reclaim your life.
The government doesn’t make it easy to get this help. But you can get help from a lawyer who knows disability law, a lawyer like Monica Ferraro at Workers’ Compensation, LLC.
Monica has made it her career mission to help hardworking people who feel left behind. She’s been fighting for workers’ rights for more than 22 years. With her extensive experience, she speaks at Social Security Disability seminars to help other lawyers.
In addition to Social Security Disability, she helps people win Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. She also has past experience with private short-term and long-term disability insurance claims.
And she’s helped workers recover denied wages and overtime pay.
Through her career, she’s helped people facing dire situations, even homelessness, get back financial security.
Most people who apply are denied Social Security Disability. Monica fights back for you.
Our law firm helps people dealing with injuries, health problems, job disruptions and financial worries in Metairie, New Orleans, Hammond, the Northshore, Baton Rouge, Houma, Lafayette, Alexandria, Shreveport, Monroe—anywhere in Louisiana.
While our disability lawyers help you win Social Security Disability benefits when you can’t work, our workers’ compensation lawyers help you if you were hurt on the job.
Workers’ Comp Is What We Do.
The workers’ comp and disability lawyers at Workers’ Compensation, LLC, back you up when you’ve been hurt at work. Our law firm was created for everyday, hardworking Louisiana people who need—and are entitled to—financial relief after illnesses and job injuries disrupt their incomes and lives.
“Easily some of the best professional service I have ever experienced in my life. I recommend this law firm wholeheartedly.”