Nebraska Social Security Disability Attorneys

NE SSD Lawyers
Navigating the Disability Claims Process

If the Social Security Administration (SSA) has rejected your application for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, don't give up. Being denied doesn't mean you're not disabled. It doesn't mean you can't qualify for benefits. It only means that it's time to seek legal help.

If you are looking for an experienced Nebraska Social Security Disability lawyer, Midwest Disability is the law firm to call. Whatever stage of the process you need help with — whether it's an initial application, the administrative appeals process or an appeal in federal court — we are committed to recovering your benefits fast, with a free consultation and no fees until we win your claim.

Call or contact us from anywhere in Nebraska today for a free case evaluation of your Social Security Disability claim.

Experienced, successful lawyers who care — Midwest Disability works for you.

The frustrating nature of the disability claims process can make the stress and anxiety you already feel that much worse. While we generally can't make the SSA's claims process move faster — we can help you avoid mistakes that make the process longer than it needs to be. What we can also do is ease some of the stress you feel by preparing you for what to expect and by maintaining open, honest and regular communication with you throughout the process.

Questions and Answers...

Qualifying Impairments...

The Social Security Administration has listings for a number of different physical and mental impairments. These listings include very specific diagnostic, evaluation and documentation requirements. To qualify for benefits, the evidence in your medical record must show that your impairment meets or is equal to one of these listings.

Taking the Next Step

If you can't work because of a disability and you live in Nebraska, our Social Security Disability lawyers can help you obtain all of the disability benefits you are eligible for under the law.

To learn more about disability claims, see the Social Security Disability Information Center, FAQ or sections of this Web site. To learn more about our practice in Nebraska or how our lawyers can help you, dial (toll free) or get a free case evaluation.