Helping You Obtain Your Disability Benefits

You are eligible for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) if you can demonstrate disability, and that the disability is preventing you from receiving the income you require to meet your daily needs.

At Midwest Disability, P.A., we regularly help Wisconsin residents apply and obtain their disability benefits. Disability claims are the only types of cases we try. Our attorneys have more than 50 combined years of experience in providing representation in disability claims. We are known for providing the sort of caring representation and close personal attention individuals need to file successful claims.

How Can You Apply For Social Security Disability Benefits?

Wisconsin residents often apply for benefits in person, online or by telephone. However, less than 30 percent of such applications will be successful. It's important to put together a strong and clearly-written application to reduce the chances of rejection.

While there are many ways to file for benefits, it is important to remember that you do not have to do this alone. Our lawyers and staff can do this for you. We will get to know your circumstances. When preparing your application, we will make certain all information is accurate and complete. We will contact medical providers and members of the Social Security Administration (SSA) on your behalf.

In the event there is a rejection of your application, Midwest Disability can also represent you through reconsideration and, if necessary, the appeal process. It is important that you have representation on your side because the appeal is your last chance for obtaining the benefits that you need. We understand the process because we handle such appeals regularly. And because the appeal process is challenging, you do not wish to handle this on your own.

Making Ourselves Available

To contact our office for a free case evaluation, please call 888-351-0427 or send us an email. We handle disability claims on a contingency. What this means is that we will not charge you any fees unless you receive your disability benefits.