When a physical or mental disability keeps you from doing your job, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Social Security routinely turns down valid claims after an initial application. If you’re serious about a claim, you can request a hearing within 60 days of receiving your letter. That’s a good time to have a lawyer on your side.

At the law office of Murphy, Butterfield & Holland, P.C., we have more than 30 years of experience helping people who can no longer work receive Social Security Disability. We can develop and secure the medical evidence necessary for your claim and prepare you for hearings.

Frequently Asked Questions

There may be many steps, including an appearance before an Administrative Law Judge, submission of arguments to an Appeals Council, and arguing your case before the Federal Court.
Many conditions and injuries may qualify, including Multiple Sclerosis, chronic pain or fatigue, seizure disorders, and many others.
Yes. The DUI law does not distinguish between prescription and non-prescription medications; it only focuses on whether a defendant’s intoxication was caused by certain classes of controlled substances, including alcohol. However, certain counties may not treat these situations as a typical DUI.
We handle all Social Security Disability cases on contingency, which means that if we do not recover for you, we do not charge legal fees.