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My husband was injured on his job. Two weeks later his boss the owner of the company fired him. He told my husband he couldn’t afford to send him to the dr. It would put his company at risk. When my husband hung up the phone I handed him the phone book and told him to call Grady Jordan. That was in 2008. Grady and everyone at his law firm treated us like decent people. Grady fought for and won my husband’s workers comp case. Then went on to represent and win my husband’s disability. The first time we met with Grady he walked us out, shook my husband’s hand and told him he believed him, that he was hurt on his job. When we left both of us almost cried. We had someone on our side. Grady Jordan is a great human being, he listens to his clients. And he is the best lawyer I have ever met. Thank you Grady. You helped us to be able to live again. Instead of waiting on someone else to decide our future. Bless you and everyone in your firm. Charles and Sandra Turner.

Veteran with PTSD and traumatic brain injury has to take his claim to Federal Court to get his Social Security Disability Benefits.

Another Veteran has to take his claim to Federal Court to get his Social Security Disability Benefit

 

What is a Disability for purposes of Social Security Disability?

This is a frequently asked question for individuals that are thinking of applying for Social Security Disability.  The Social Security Administration defines Disability as, “the inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected toRead More

Social Security Disability & Workers’ Compensation questions

There are many questions about Social Security Disability benefits and payments. It is important to speak with an Attorney who knows the law and how to protect your rights.

At the Smith Jordan Law Firm, Grady Jordan is experienced in Social Security Disability Law and Workers’ Compensation Law. Below are a few tips. Call Grady Jordan at 864-855-1661 to answer all your questions.Read More

Social Security replaces “Mental Retardation” with “Intellectual Disability”

Beginning September 3, 2013, the Social Security Administration will begin using the “Intellectual Disability” instead of “Mental Retardation.” The Social Security Administration recognized that the term “Mental Retardation” has negative connotations and is offensive to many people.

What is a disability for purposes of Social Security Disability?

This is a frequently asked question for individuals that are thinking of applying for Social Security Disability. The Social Security Administration defines Disability as, “the inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mentalRead More

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