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Attorneys Who Understand The Disability Process

When suffering a mental or physical disability, Wisconsin residents may be able to receive assistance in the form of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). These programs assist individuals unable to work and who have little or no other form of income.

At Midwest Disability, P.C., our attorneys have over 50 years combined legal experience helping disabled individuals successfully receive the benefits they require. We understand what the Social Security Administration is looking for in a benefits application. Our attorneys and staff also understand the timelines for receiving benefits and the eligibility requirements.

Determining Whether You Qualify For SSDI Or SSI

The  Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs are in place to help disabled individuals receive the benefits they need to meet their daily living expenses. Unfortunately, there is a large amount of misinformation concerning these benefits. Because of such misinformation, many qualified people do not apply for benefits because they are under the impression they are not eligible.

The lawyers at Midwest Disability, P.A., can help you apply for benefits, and we can also assist in the event you wish to pursue an appeal. Our lawyers and staff can help you prepare your application and organize documentation in support of your claim. We can guide you through the complex process and make certain you know what to expect.

What The Process Entails

The process can include:

  • The initial application. It is important to have assistance in the initial application since there is a denial of approximately 70 percent of all claims. We will help prepare and file your application.
  • Reconsideration. The SSA reconsiders claims with a different claims examiner. Contact us to learn more regarding this process.
  • Hearings with the administrative law judge. In the event there is a denial of your initial application or reconsideration, we can petition for a hearing with an administrative law judge. Our attorneys will represent you at this hearing and fight for a reversal of the original determination.
  • An appeal. As the last step in the process, it is vital to have legal representation during an appeal. We will be there at your side.

Learn More By Contacting Our Office

For a free case evaluation and to speak with one of our knowledgeable attorneys, contact our office by calling 888-351-0427. Our office will handle your Social Security Disability benefits claim on a contingency basis. This means that you do not have to pay attorney fees unless we receive benefits for you.

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