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Utah Disability Law and SSI Benefits


While Utah has no state disability insurance program, help is still available through Social Security. Under federal law, any Utah resident who cannot work due to disability qualifies to receive monetary benefits to make ends meet. Social Security Disability and SSI benefits will meet your needs, whatever the reason for your disability. Do you have a denied claim? Does the application process seem like a barrier? Come to me—Craig McAllister—for the help you deserve getting the benefits you need.


Whether you're filing a final appeal or have just started considering whether to apply, I can help give you your best chance of aid approval. When submitting an initial application, I can help you avoid common mistakes that may result in a denial of your claim. At an appeal hearing, I can give you more effective representation, giving you the best chance of winning your appeal. I have a 95% success rate at securing benefits for my clients, a figure significantly higher than the overall approval rate at any stage. My 39 years of knowledge and experience in Utah disability law will ensure you your best chance of receiving the financial help you need. Click here to read about recent victories for my clients.


When working with me, you will never have to talk to a secretary or a junior partner. From your free initial consultation to the end of your case, I guarantee my personal attention. Larger firms might hand you off to a secretary, paralegal or to a less experienced attorney. I will always work directly with you to ensure that you have the full benefit of my experience—and at a price you can afford. At a time when it may be difficult to pay for even basics like food, housing, and medical care, the one thing you will never have to worry about is how to pay for your lawyer. My attorney's fees come from out of back Social Security Disability benefits owed to you by the government, meaning that if you don't receive your benefits, I don't get paid.


If you are suffering from a back or spinal cord injury, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, headaches, migraines, arthritis, diabetes, seizures, heart problems, schizophrenia, or any other condition that limits your ability to work, there is help to be had. See more disabling impairments and their coverage.

To talk with me about your Social Security Disability or SSI benefits application, contact my Orem, Utah, law office by calling (801) 434-4264. I offer free and confidential consultations. You will always talk directly with me — never with a secretary, paralegal or a less experienced associate like at the big law firms.