If you are unable to work due to a temporary or permanent injury, you may qualify for Social Security benefits. If you were injured at work or have become ill due to workplace conditions, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.
Attorney Ellene Welsh has been helping people in the Douglasville, Columbus and West Georgia areas obtain the work comp, Social Security Disability (SSD) payments, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits they need. With 22 years of legal experience, she has a detailed understanding of the Social Security system and the workers’ compensation process. She works with the people within the administration to help you get the benefits you deserve.
Attorney Welsh believes each client deserves individualized attention. She understands the benefits application process can be stressful and frustrating. Working directly with each client, she builds persuasive arguments based on each person’s unique situation. Attorney Welsh’s office is highly accessible and provides a comfortable setting to discuss your case.
To learn more about attorney Ellene Welsh’s background and legal experience, please visit her website.
Just because your work comp or SSD claim has been denied, it does not mean you won’t get benefits. In fact, most claims are initially denied. When you are ready to appeal the denial, seek the assistance of an experienced attorney to gather the proper information and build a strong case in your favor.