Alabama Social Security Disability Attorneys

Experienced, Compassionate Lawyers in Montgomery Alabama

"Like a lot of other people, I tried to do all of the Social Security Disability paperwork myself."

"I tried doing it on my own but they turned me down. I had a couple friends who told me to call Kay, so that's what I did."

  • If you are disabled and had your claim denied
  • If you are frustrated by paperwork and the Social Security claims process
  • If you want to know what to expect and make sure you are doing everything necessary to get your claim approved

At The Dansby Law Firm, P.C., we get it. When you are dealing with Social Security, the paperwork, deadlines, and uncertainty would be hard to manage on your best days - and when you are disabled and had your claim denied, these are certainly not among your best days.

Our experienced Alabama Social Security Disability attorneys take your case personally. We take the time to meet with you, explain what to expect, and keep you informed about your Social Security appeal.

Kay is a former Social Security Staff Attorney with a thorough understanding of the process. She knows how to make sure her clients are treated fairly. She is here to help you and your families get through this. Kay will help you resolve your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income claim and get on with your life.

Just bring in all your paperwork; we will take care of it from here. Contact The Dansby Law Firm, P.C. today.

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