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Supplemental Security Income claims in Pennsylvania

Social Security disability (SSD) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are a vital part of the lives of many American citizens. Indeed, numerous Americans depend on Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income in order to finance their daily living needs. Nevertheless, as vital as this income is, the process of getting the benefits can be deeply frustrating and, in some cases, difficult to achieve.

At Robert Peirce and Associates, P.C., we are dedicated to helping injured people obtain the Social Security disability benefits they rightly deserve. We have been providing this service to individuals for over 20 years in the Pittsburgh area. Not only are we committed to the success of our clients in achieving their goals, but we are also committed to building a relationship of trust between our attorneys and clients in order to make individuals feel as comfortable as possible throughout the SSD claims process.

At Robert Peirce and Associates, P.C., we know that many Pennsylvania residents go about the process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits on their own without the assistance of an attorney. While this strategy may be successful in some situations, in many other cases, a valid disability benefits claim could be rejected. Individuals who have suffered this kind of rejection will need to cure the deficiency quickly in order to protect their right to file an appeal. This is where the law offices of Robert Peirce and Associates, P.C. can help.

We specialize in helping individuals in Pittsburgh with all sorts of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income-related issues. We also help individuals with Supplemental Security Income claims, child disability claims and long-term disability issues. Some of the more common debilitating illnesses that our clients suffer from include fibromyalgia, learning disabilities, heart problems, paralysis and chronic pain. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

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