Claiming Your Social Security Disability Benefits
Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia Attorneys
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is one of the largest bureaucratic institutions operated by the federal government. One of this agency's primary tasks is to administer the Social Security Disability insurance program. To prevent fraud, the vast majority of initial applications are denied — even when the disability of the person applying is an obvious one.
If you have already had your initial application for Social Security Disability denied, be aware that you have only 60 days in which to file an appeal. For lawyers who will help you make that appeal as strong as it can possibly be, call or contact our law firm for a free consultation today.
At Robert Peirce & Associates, we help people in Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and northern West Virginia obtain Social Security Disability, SSI and veterans' disability benefits. Our experience and track record of success with SSD and SSI claims is extensive. In fact, we have helped thousands of individuals with their SSD and SSI claims around the region over the last two decades.
Frequently asked questions:
- Are you eligible for SSD benefits?
- Why do you need a lawyer?
- How does the Social Security Disability claims process work?
- What if a denial is issued?
- Do you have to do everything your doctor says?
- What types of physical impairments qualify?
- Are mental impairments recognized?
Even if you feel your condition will improve and that someday soon you will be able to return to work, it is important to speak with an attorney about it before you decide not to apply.
The reason: The government only gives you approximately five years of eligibility to apply for Social Security Disability benefits after your last period of substantial work.
Our attorneys and experienced staff understand the SSA and how the claims process works. They know where the pitfalls lie and how to avoid them. They have the experience and skill it takes to get results.
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For answers to other questions you may have about the Social Security Disability insurance (SSDI) program, benefits eligibility or how our lawyers and experienced staff can help, contact us online or call our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, law offices directly to schedule your free consultation today.