We can help you get the benefits you deserve by assisting you in all aspects of your Social Security disability claim. The specific actions we take depend on where you are in the Social Security disability claims process.
Actions We May Take to Help You
Our experienced board certified attorney may help you:
- Determine whether you are eligible for Social Security disability benefits. You have to meet specific requirements in order to meet the definition of disability set forth by the Social Security Administration. Specifically, your disability must be permanent and you must have paid in to the Social Security system.
- File an initial Social Security disability application. Many initial applications are deniedfor technical reasons. An attorney can help increase your chances of getting approval on your initial application.
- Appeal a denial of Social Security disability benefits. This may include representing you at administrative hearings and filing appeals in federal court. In preparation for your appeal, we will explain what issues are most important and prepare you for the questions the judge is likely to ask. If your case goes to federal court, we will provide written and oral arguments to support your claim.
- Get the monthly benefits you deserve. We won’t abandon you once your application has been approved or your appeal has been granted. Instead, we will make sure the monthly benefit being deposited into your bank account is the right amount.
Regardless of the specific stage of your Social Security disability claim, our attorneys can help you by reducing the stress you are under. You will no longer have to worry about whether your rights are being protected or about whether you are going to get the fair Social Security disability benefits you have worked for and deserve.
Instead, you will be able to trust that our board certified Social Security disability lawyers will protect your rights. To learn more, please read our free report, Social Security Disability: What You Need to Know, or contact us directly to schedule a free consultation.
by Carl M. Weisbrod Managing Partner of Morgan & Weisbrod, Board Certified in Social Security Disability Law