Helping People With Disabilities Nationwide

Answers To Common Social Security Questions

If you have been denied disability benefits by the Social Security Administration (SSA), it does not mean you should give up. More than 70% of initial applications for benefits are denied by the SSA.

At Midwest Disability, P.A., our social security attorneys provide legal help to people with disabilities and their dependent family members across the U.S. You may have lots of questions throughout the application and appeal process. Here and on the right side of this page are answers to some of the most common questions we hear every day.

Call our law firm today at 888-351-0427 or complete our free case evaluation form. We will answer all your questions about eligibility and process, and we handle appeals for denied claims.

All We Do Is Help People Get SSI And SSD Benefits

Midwest Disability, P.A. started in the Midwest, but now we provide legal help to people throughout the country who are seeking Social Security Disability (SSD) and Social Security Insurance (SSI) benefits. Our legal team brings decades of experience and our law firm focuses exclusively on obtaining Social Security Disability benefits for people with disabilities and their dependent family members.

If your SSD or SSI claim is denied, that’s when we get busy. The process of obtaining Social Security Disability benefits is rarely easy. Let us take care of the details for you. That’s what we are here to do.

Contact Us Today To Get Started

Whether you have a physical or mental impairment, learn about your disability benefit options. Call our office at 763-447-4103 or 888-351-0427 toll-free, or contact us online. At Midwest Disability, P.A., you don’t pay attorney fees unless and until we recover benefits on your behalf.

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