Helping The Disabled And Injured In
Missouri Get The Support They Deserve

Social Security Disability

Social Security
Disability

Our experienced team will walk you through the 5-step process of obtaining Social Security disability benefits, providing personalized guidance from start to finish.
Long-Term Disability Benefits
Long-Term
Disability Benefits
If you have LTD benefits through your employer or personal coverage, our lawyers will help you get the benefits you deserve.
Workers' Compensation
Workers’
Compensation
If you have been disabled as the result of a work-related injury or illness, we’ll help you obtain the benefits you need from Missouri workers’ compensation.

Helping You Seek Disability Benefits In Missouri

Do you have a serious medical condition that prevents you from working? Without a steady income, you are probably concerned about how to care for yourself and your family’s needs. Perhaps you’ve tried applying for disability benefits but you’ve become overwhelmed by the complexities involved, or your claim has been denied.

At Harlan Still & Koch, we are committed to helping you obtain financial help from disability programs such as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD or SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Our Columbia law firm has helped thousands of clients just like you since 1978. We take a personalized approach tailored to your specific needs and situation.We serve clients throughout Missouri.

We can also help you in recovering long-term disability (LTD) benefits, also called ERISA cases or Missouri Workers’ Compensation.

We know that Social Security Disability, Workers’ Compensation and other disability programs can be quite complicated. Our attorneys will be by your side providing the knowledge and dedicated advocacy you need throughout the entire process. Call us at 573-874-2402 for a free consultation.

The 5-Step Process For Obtaining
Social Security Disability

Seeking Social Security benefits does not need to be difficult. Our experienced team will walk you through the five-step process, providing personalized guidance from start to finish. We will help you initially file your application for SSD or SSI benefits. If your application is denied, our Columbia Social Security Disability attorneys will guide you through the entire SSD/SSI appeals process, from filing a request for reconsideration to representing you at a hearing or any additional appeals that may be needed.

1

Application

The huge amount of paperwork can often be scary and confusing, we will help you.

2

Approval
or Denial

If you are not approved, don’t worry. Most initial applications are rejected. We will help you move to the next step.

3

Appeal

We will file all necessary documents and request all necessary records.

4

Hearing

We will represent you at this hearing and you will never pay a fee to us unless you are awarded benefits.

5

Additional
Appeals

Additional appeals are possible. We will exhaust all reasonable appeals including review by federal court.

Experienced Missouri Attorneys For Workers’ Compensation And Long-Term Disability Benefits

In addition to Social Security Disability, our firm provides skilled representation for clients  seeking LTD benefits from their private or employer-provided insurance, as well as Missouri workers’ compensation benefits.

If you are disabled and can’t work, put our in-depth knowledge and years of experience on your side to get the benefits you need.

Columbia Disability Law Firm

Talk To An Experienced Disability Lawyer Today. Call 573-874-2402.

Put The Attorneys From Harlan Still & Koch On Your Side

To schedule a free initial consultation, call 573-874-2402 or send us an email. We return all correspondence promptly.

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