Are you unable to work because of a serious injury or disability? You may have already discovered that obtaining Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits is not as simple as it should be. Many injured workers find their claims denied or unfairly minimized. Don't let bureaucrats give you the runaround; let them know you mean business by hiring Greg Marks as your Louisville Social Security Disability attorney.
Helping People With Their Disability Claims for Over Twenty Years
Greg Marks is on your side. For over twenty years, we have been helping people throughout the greater Louisville and Central Kentucky areas obtain the SSDI benefits they need and deserve. We can help you protect your rights and process an effective claim or appeal, keeping you informed every step of the way.
Our website is full of information to help you gain a better understanding of the SSDI process, including:
- Why Hire an Attorney to Handle Your SSDI Claim?
- You and Your Disability Claim
- Initiating an SSDI Claim
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Useful Facts About the Claims Process
- Community Resources for SSDI Claimants
We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not pay any fee until we get you benefits.*
Experienced Social Security Disability Representation
As an experienced Social Security Disability attorney, Greg Marks knows how to secure the maximum allowable benefits for his clients. We know the law, the process, and the players at the local Social Security offices better than anyone. We'll be by your side during each stage of the process, advocating and fighting on your behalf.
Attorney Greg Marks serves the entire Louisville, Kentucky metro area, including Jefferson County and surrounding counties, as well as New Albany, Indiana, Shelbyville, Lawrenceburg, and Frankfort, Kentucky.
If you are sick or injured and can no longer work, please contact Greg Marks, Social Security Disability Law today to schedule a free, no-obligation claim evaluation and personal consultation.
*COURT COSTS AND CASE EXPENSES WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CLIENT.