Wisconsin Social Security Disability Lawyers
WI SSD Attorneys
Making a Successful Claim for Disability Benefits
You can be completely disabled and do everything exactly the way you were told to do it. And the Social Security Administration (SSA) may still deny your claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. You won’t be alone if that happens. In fact, the SSA denies more than 70 percent of initial disability claims.
If that sounds discouraging, know this: Hiring an experienced Wisconsin Social Security Disability attorney can increase your chances for success with an initial application — and give you a better than 70 percent chance of success on appeal.
At Midwest Disability, P.A., we help people throughout Wisconsin to obtain SSD and SSI benefits. We help clients prepare to file initial applications. We fight to protect their rights in administrative hearings and appeals. We have even argued a disability case before the Supreme Court of the United States. We help thousands of people each year — why not let us help you?
Call or contact us from anywhere in the state of Wisconsin for a free evaluation of your Social Security Disability claim.
Helping You Obtain Disability Benefits
Our Wisconsin Social Security Disability lawyers take nothing for granted, no matter how strong and compelling we believe any particular case to be. We draft customized legal briefs for each client. We will be well-prepared to assert your rights and fight for your benefits in every situation. Guaranteed.
Questions And Answers
- How do I apply for disability benefits in Wisconsin?
- Who can apply for disability benefits in Wisconsin?
- What qualifies as a disability?
- Where do you apply for disability benefits?
- When should I apply for disability or file my disability claim?
- How does disability work in Wisconsin?
- What if my claim is denied?
- What happens at a disability hearing?
- What’s the difference between SSD and SSI?
- Are family members eligible?
Medical benefits under the SSDI and SSI programs are different. If your claim for SSI benefits is approved, you will be entitled to receive Medicaid benefits immediately. If your claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits is approved by the SSA, you will become eligible for Medicare coverage 29 months after your “onset date” (the date when the SSA says you became disabled).
Taking The Next Step
The Social Security Disability attorneys at Midwest Disability, P.A., are committed to recovering full benefits for our Wisconsin clients — fast, with a free consultation and with no fees to pay until we win your claim.
To learn more about disability claims, see the Social Security Disability Information Center or FAQ sections of this website. To learn more about our Wisconsin practice or how our attorneys can help you, call us toll free from anywhere in the state at 888-351-0427 or request a free case evaluation online.