Denied Claims

Pittsburgh Social Security Disability Claims Denial Attorneys

Let Us Help You Appeal Your Denied SSD Claim - Call (844) 383-0565

At Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., our Pittsburgh denied SSD claims attorneys have extensive experience with social security disability claims. We proudly offer free case evaluations to help clients determine what they qualify for, and how to get the results they deserve.

This process can be complex, and claims are often denied because of inexperience with the procedure. This is why we're dedicated to using our knowledge and access to resources to help each and every client that comes to us. If you've been denied a claim and wish to try again, our team may be able to assist.

Call us today at (844) 383-0565 to make your first appointment!

What To Do After A Denied Claim

Most claims that are submitted will be denied, mainly because enough evidence wasn't presented to prove disability. When this happens, you'll need to proceed with the disability appeal process, if you wish for your case to be reconsidered. Your top priority should be to seek the counsel of an experienced and professional SSD denied claim attorney. A skilled attorney with a proven track record of success with social security disability claims may be able to see why your claim was denied, and offer a solution.

At Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., we guide clients through this process by:

  • Evaluating the case and determine what can be done differently
  • Presenting stronger evidence to prove disability
  • Submitting proper and sufficient paperwork

If you're ready to proceed with the disability appeal process, our team is prepared with help. We've assisted clients through this complex procedure for the last three decades, and we understand what it takes to succeed.

Don't hesitate to get the help you need; call our team of experienced SSD denied claim attorneys in Pittsburgh today at (844) 383-0565!

The Representation You Work With Matters

Featured Case Results & Recent Victories 
  • Wrongful Death $400,000

    A 96-year-old received fatal injuries when rear-ended by a teenager using a mobile phone while driving.

  • Wrongful Death $300,000

    A 47-year-old and disabled man died as a result of the nursing home’s inability to properly care for and treat his diabetes.

  • Wrongful Death $237,500

    Due to lack of care and lack of attention by the home’s nursing staff, our client bled to death on the floor of his room at the facility - when his dialysis catheter was pulled from his body.

  • Wrongful Death $220,000

    Represented estate of a nursing home resident whose neck became lodged in the side rails of his bed, thereby asphyxiating him to death.

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  • “My experience with Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C. was exceptional. From the first day that I contacted them, I knew I made the right choice. Their entire team is very knowledgeable and guides you ...”

    - Kelly Weber
  • “Thank you all for the work you have done for my case! I really appreciate attorneys like you all!”

    - Jeannine
  • “Lauren & Adrian, I wish to thank you for your hard work on my SS Disability claim. I appreciate your help whenever I had multiple questions, your answers were clear which I could understand. I know ...”

    - Joyce
  • “Thank you for all your hard work and understanding - You made a tragic accident a little easier to deal with. I appreciate all you have done. And for all the time and patience spent talking to me. God ...”

    - Alberta
  • “This is an extremely long process, but I'm eternally grateful for this law firm and all the attorneys and other staff for their hard work on my behalf,thank you Robert Peirce & Associates, especially ...”

    - Angel
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