Social Security Disability Attorneys
Getting benefits from Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) seems simple at first. A person applies with the Social Security Administration at a local office, providing some medical documentation. Then that person waits for a response. Unfortunately, that response is usually a denial, no matter how legitimate the claim is.
That is where our attorneys come in. The SSD appeals process has become a necessary step in obtaining disability benefits. At the Law Office of Stephen Ross, our lawyers have the experience required to help you successfully obtain benefits, even if you have already been turned down.
We represent clients throughout the country with their Social Security Disability needs.
Our experienced lawyers will help you successfully obtain benefits, even if you have already been turned down. We represent clients throughout the country with their Social Security Disability needs.
Guiding You Through the Process
From the initial application to appeal, we can help you at any stage in the process of obtaining Social Security benefits:
- Application: Experienced at handling applications, we can help you maximize your benefits from the Social Security Administration.
- Disability eligibility: Being disabled in itself is not enough to qualify a person for disability benefits. Learn more about what is required.
- Qualifying conditions: Learn the qualifying conditions for being granted social security disability.
- Differences between SSD and SSI: The most basic difference between the Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs is that eligibility for SSD is based on a person's work history while eligibility for SSI is based on financial need.
- Disability claim representation: Learn why you need a lawyer to navigate the Social Security Disability system.
- SSD appeals: You received a letter in the mail that said your disability benefits have been denied. You can't work. You've got no income. What do you do next?
- ALJ hearing process: In Pennsylvania, the first step in the appeals process is to request an administrative law judge (ALJ) hearing within 60 days of receiving a letter of denial.
- SSD claims over age 50: After you reach age 50, the Social Security Administration makes it easier to qualify for disability benefits.
Contact Our SSI and SSDI Benefit Attorneys
Our Social Security Disability attorneys will be happy to answer your questions during a free initial consultation. Call 800-799-1948 to discuss your case.
There are no fees unless we win.