Social Security Disability Appeals Attorney
Get the Help You Need Before It’s Too Late
Other than a federal lawsuit — something most people want to avoid if at all possible — the appeal is your last stage in the Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) process: your last chance to get the benefits you need. You have already been through a lot if you are at this stage, and you have had your claim denied at several levels.
Contact us. The Social Security Disability Appeals lawyers of Midwest Disability, P.A., have more than 50 years of experience handling disability claims on appeal. Get the help you need before it is too late.
The Importance of Working With Skilled, Experienced Legal Counsel
Many people wonder why they should hire a social security attorney at the appeal stage. The answer is simple: You want to get the benefits you need. If you are considering an appeal with the Social Security Appeals Council (SSAC), you have already been denied your benefits at least twice. We have more than 50 years of experience obtaining these benefits for our clients at all stages of the SSD/SSI process.
We have a thorough understanding of SSD/SSI appeals. The SSAC will be looking primarily at whether there were any errors in the Administrative Law Judge’s (ALJ’s) denial at the ALJ hearing. This appeals stage for SSD is similar to appellate work in the civil and criminal courts. It is not the type of thing you want to take on alone. We have the experience and skill to give you the best possible chances of obtaining benefits.
For more information, read our articles about the SSD Appeals process:
- SSDI Policy Change Could Impede Disability Appeals
- Do Not Take No for an Answer: Appeal Your Disability Claim
- Appealing A Denial Of Social Security Disability Benefits
SSD Appeals Process Attorneys Who Care | Midwest Disability, P.A.
We understand the challenges that you face after waiting so long to obtain the benefits you need. Let our lawyers help you with this last essential step in the process.
To learn more about the Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income process, see the Social Security Disability Information Center and FAQ sections of this Web site. Contact us online or call our offices directly at 888-351-0427 for a free case evaluation and consultation with one of our attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the Social Security process.