Disability Law Firm in the Capital Region of NY
Erwin, McCane & Daly is a disability law firm in Albany, NY that has faithfully served the community for more than two decades. Our entire practice is focused on helping injured workers get the full amount of disability benefits they deserve from workers’ compensation and social security.
The lawyers at our firm have extensive experience representing injured workers and disabled individuals in New York workers’ compensation and federal Social Security Disability claims. We decided more than 20 years ago to only represent individuals and not to represent insurance companies in workers’ compensation cases — a commitment we are proud to have kept.
When you work with our firm, you have direct access to our attorneys. You aren’t pushed off to a paralegal or other assistant. We will lead you through the steps of New York Workers’ Compensation Court and ensure all of the necessary forms are completed correctly and filed on time to expedite your claim.
Lawyers Who Take The Lead In Getting Your Social Security Disability Benefits
If your recovery appears as though it will last for a year or longer before you are ready to return to work, you might be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.
We have the experience in Social Security Disability Insurance law to help you navigate the maze of forms needed to apply for and receive benefits from the Social Security Administration.
Both workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance claims have become increasingly complex over the years. Our experience can help guide you through the thicket of laws and regulations and assure that you receive the maximum amount of your benefits as possible.
There are no upfront fees or retainers due for workers’ compensation cases. We only charge a fee when it is approved by the New York Workers’ Compensation Board, and any fee is paid by your insurance provider. In Social Security cases, our services are free unless and until we succeed in obtaining your benefits.