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The SSD claim process and appealing denied applications

A Pennsylvania resident who applies for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits has no guarantee of qualifying. Indeed, the process of applying for SSD benefits can be frustrating, especially since most people who apply for them are in desperate need of financial assistance. Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., is here to help. Our attorneys are experienced at representing individuals seeking to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits, and we can help to increase your chances of success.

It is common for an individual to have his or her first SSD application to the Social Security Administration rejected due to missing documentation and other reasons. Those who face such rejection may actually have a valid claim for benefits. However, they will have to respond quickly in order to successfully appeal the Social Security Administration's decision.

The attorneys at Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., are highly experienced with SSD appeals. We provide guidance, counsel and legal representation to assist our clients in making the best decisions with regard to their claims. We assist Pennsylvania residents, including those who are suffering from fibromyalgia, learning disabilities, heart problems and paralysis. We also help people who are suffering from chronic pain conditions.

Every SSD benefits claim is different, and each must be reviewed individually to determine the best strategies and direction to take for success. At Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., we make it our mission to ensure that our clients know their rights and options when it comes to SSD benefits. That way, they can make the most informed decisions possible when it comes to the direction they want to take their cases.

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