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    Phone: 918.587.0050

    Hours: Monday –Thursday: 9 a.m. –4 p.m.
    Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

    Address: 7702 East 91st Street, Suite 200
    Tulsa, OK 74133

    A doctor talks to his patient. The Social Security Disability lawyers at Troutman & Troutman serve Owasso and the entire Tulsa area.

    For People in Owasso: Social Security Attorneys Who Are Your Neighbors

    This might be one of the hardest times in your life if you’ve been hit with health problems, have to stop working, and you don’t know how you’re going to support yourself.

    This is a time when you need help from people who are warm, friendly and truly looking out for you. In Owasso, the Troutman & Troutman Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) lawyers are more than just professionals. They’re your neighbors.

    Our team of Social Security attorneys was built to:

    • Help you get financial relief through disability benefits
    • Support our Oklahoma communities
    • Listen and get to know you.
    • Lift you up in a time of need

    Troutman & Troutman has been serving Oklahomans for 30 years. Our Owasso SSDI lawyers have a combined 150 years of experience helping over 10,000 people.

    After health and economic setbacks in Owasso, let us help you build a better foundation for the future.

    Disability Law Is All We Do.

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    A doctor smiles while he talks to his patient on an examination table. The Owasso Social Security Disability lawyers at Troutman & Troutman help you through the five steps of qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits.

    Owasso SSDI Lawyers Help You Answer These 5 Questions to Qualify for Benefits

    Social Security breaks down your health and work backgrounds into fine details to decide whether to award you disability benefits.

    They will put your claim through five tests. Social Security attorneys like the team at Troutman & Troutman have navigated this process thousands of times.

    These are the questions our Owasso SSDI lawyers can help you answer in the way that Social Security wants:

    1. Are you working? You cannot work to the extent that Social Security calls “substantial gainful activity” and still receive disability benefits. Being completely unable to work makes the strongest case for benefits.
    2. Do you have a severe health impairment? Your health problems must be serious enough to limit your ability to do basic work tasks.
    3. Is your impairment officially listed by Social Security? Social Security keeps a list of impairments that qualify for disability benefits and gives guidelines for documenting each impairment. You could have one of those conditions, or other conditions not on the list but equal in severity.
    4. Could you still do your past work? To decide this, Social Security looks at the details and demands of your previous jobs and how your medical conditions interfere with those tasks.
    5. Could you do other work? Social Security also looks at whether you could switch to a new job, maybe one less physically strenuous, considering your age, education, skills, and everyday ability to function.

    Our Social Security Disability lawyers serve as guides through these steps for people in Owasso.

    It’s a stressful process to go through, but we’re here to ease the way.


    To get a better idea of what it might look like for you to apply for disability benefits with your health status, or to appeal a denial of benefits if you’ve already tried to apply, you can chat with our disability attorney team—without any commitments—FOR FREE.

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    Standing next to a window, a man crosses his arms and grins. With help from Troutman & Troutman's Oklahoma disability lawyers, people in Owasso can get monthly financial assistance and Medicare eligibility.

    How Do Disability Benefits Change the Lives of People in Owasso?

    Social Security Disability benefits can give you crucial resources to pay for your basic needs and let you focus on your own health and well-being.

    This is what benefits provide:

    • Monthly disability checks
    • Medicare health insurance, even for people who aren’t retirement age
    • Most of all: Stability, independence, peace

    But the government has thousands of rules for deciding who to award this money. It’s common to get denied for benefits.

    Our Social Security attorneys have seen it all before and know what to do.

    We also know the landscape of Owasso and the whole Tulsa area, including the local Social Security offices, the nature of local jobs, the health centers where you get medical evidence for your claim and more.

    When you need this kind of help in Owasso, you’ve got good neighbors who are here for you: the Troutman disability lawyers.

    Contact Us Today! »

    “(My disability lawyer) was professional and very knowledgeable. She explained how Social Security determines eligibility in a way that was understandable. She and her staff were quick to respond to emails or phone calls. She won an appeal of a denial of disability benefits for my son. I highly recommend if you need help with a Social Security matter.”

    Maureen Knudson in Google Reviews


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