California Social Security Disability Lawyer

CA SSD Attorneys
Experienced Representation For Your SSDI Or SSI Claim

The population of California is 39.51 million as of 2019 and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that 10.1% of adults in California have some type of disability. Millions of these Californians need disability benefits such as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to make ends meet and survive.

Unfortunately, the process for obtaining these much-needed benefits is often confusing, frustrating and even demoralizing. Having a knowledgeable attorney pursuing your claim can help you overcome these challenges and get the benefits you need for your disability.

At Midwest Disability, P.A., we bring more than 50 years of experience to Social Security Disability claims, and we are prepared to lead you to a favorable outcome. Call 888-351-0427 now for a free case review.

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

Stacks Of Paper Await

Applying for disability benefits and managing appeals is a paperwork-intensive process. One mistake or omission can derail your claim and set you back in the process at a time you can least afford it. Our team will make sure your paperwork is filled out properly and includes all necessary information, such as information about your disabling condition, your treatment plan, your physician, your employment and your earnings history.

Do Not Go Through This Alone

There is no reason to let stubbornness or pride get in the way of the outcome you deserve. Applying for disability benefits and handling potential appeals is not a do-it-yourself project. In fact, there are many lawyers who struggle to manage the intricacies of the Social Security Disability process.

You can rely on our experienced lawyers to be with you every step of the way whether your claim is resolved in a matter of months or takes more than a year. Once your claim is filed, it will be sent to California's Disability Determination Services offices so a decision can be made as to whether you are disabled. If your claim is denied at that point, it will be necessary to take your claim through the appeals process.

The appeals process begins by requesting a disability hearing before an administrative law judge - a step that must be taken within 60 days of receiving your denial letter. It often takes more than a year for a request to result in an appeal hearing. During this gap, your attorneys will be building the strongest possible case for the SSDI or SSI benefits you need.

Let Our Proven Disability Attorneys Work For You

Our team knows the ins and outs of the Social Security Administration and has successfully challenged SSDI and SSI denials in federal district courts, U.S. Circuit Courts and even the United States Supreme Court. We look forward to helping you get the outcome you deserve. Contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation.