Ohio Social Security Disability Lawyers
OH SSD Attorneys
Improving Your Chances for Success
There’s no shortage of “hoops” people have to jump through if they want to obtain SSD or SSI disability benefits. In fact, even if you follow the rules to the letter and clearly meet the requirements, the Social Security Administration (SSA) could still deny your claim.
Don’t give up and don’t go it alone. With an experienced Ohio Social Security Disability attorney representing you and helping you cut through the SSA’s bureaucratic red tape, your odds of success dramatically increase.
At Midwest Disability, we obtain SSD and SSI benefits for individuals and families throughout the state of Ohio. We help our clients prepare their initial applications. We fight to protect their rights in administrative hearings and appeals. We have even argued disability issues before the Supreme Court of the United States. Contact us from anywhere in Ohio for a free evaluation of your Social Security Disability claim.
Great People. Great Results. — Midwest Disability works for you.
Have you already been denied disability benefits? Don’t give up. Our Social Security Disability attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience with the disability appeals process and have had success in even the most difficult of cases.
Questions and Answers…
- When should I apply?
- What happens at a disability hearing?
- What’s the difference between SSD and SSI?
- Are there any medical benefits?
- Are family members eligible?
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
Whatever your situation, wherever you are located in Ohio, the disability attorneys at Midwest Disability can help. Our goal in every case is to obtain all of the benefits our clients are entitled to — fast, with a free consultation and with no fees to pay unless we win the claim.
To learn more about disability claims, see the Social Security Disability Information Center or FAQ sections of this Web site. To learn more about our Ohio practice or how our attorneys can help you, call us toll free at 888-351-0427 (toll free) or get your free case evaluation.