Houston Social Security
Disability Attorney

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What If I Can’t Afford A Doctor?

Paying for Health Care During the SSD Appeals Process

Texas Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Lawyer

At the Houston, Texas, law office of David Dopkin, Attorney at Law, we understand that your need for medical care does not suspend while you wait for the Social Security Administration to approve your benefits. If you have been denied in your initial application for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, we can help you get the health care you need while handling your appeal.

We have been advocating on behalf of children and adults for twenty years in the SSD and SSI appeals process. Trust our experience and our commitment to providing personalized, attentive service to our clients’ individual needs. Contact us today to discuss your needs in a free telephone or office consultation with Attorney Dopkin.

Because of our extensive experience helping individuals and families in Houston and Southern Texas, we are familiar with the local, county, and state sponsored health care services available for clients who are unable to pay for their own medical care. Texas law requires that each county provide some level of care for the poor. We can help you find the free or reduced-cost medical assistance in your area.

After Hurricane Katrina, we were able to help many families and individuals who were displaced from their homes and moved to Texas get the physical and mental health care they needed.

Once your benefits are approved, eligibility for Social Security Disability qualifies you for Medicare, while eligibility for Supplemental Security Income also qualifies you for Medicaid.

At the law office of David Dopkin, Attorney at Law, we handle all SSI and SSD appeals on a contingency basis—you pay no fee unless we win your claim. Contact us today regarding your SSD or SSI appeal as well as your concerns about receiving medical care or mental health services during your appeal. We can help.