Get The Medical And Financial Assistance You Need And Deserve
If you have a physical condition or mental condition that hinders your ability to get a job or keep a job, you may have a right to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). If you live in Alabama and need to speak with an attorney about your rights and options, contact an attorney at Pitts & Zanaty, L.L.C.
We have offices located throughout the state of Alabama. We represent clients statewide throughout Alabama and also serve clients in Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. To schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our firm, contact us.
Experienced Social Security Disability (SSDI) Lawyers
The attorneys at our firm offer experienced and dedicated representation. The founder of our firm, attorney R.D. Pitts, has 29 years of legal experience and has handled Social Security disability cases since 1981.
Our attorneys and staff have helped thousands of clients suffering from a physical disability or mental disability get the medical and financial assistance they need and deserve. We work diligently on behalf of each client to seek the best possible results on his or her behalf.
Do Not Wait — Contact a Lawyer Immediately
If you have been injured and are unable to work, you may have heard from friends and family that you have to wait 12 months to apply for Social Security Disability Insurance. This is not true. If you have been hurt and have reason to believe your injuries may substantially limit your ability to work for a significant time, contact a Social Security disability attorney immediately who can start the application process on your behalf.
Our attorneys assist clients with initial applications and appeals. So if you need help applying for SSDI or need an attorney because your SSDI application has been denied, we can help.
To speak with an attorney about your case, contact us. We have office locations conveniently located throughout Alabama. If you are unable to travel to one of our offices, we can also provide you with information through the mail.
No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.