Helping You Obtain Your Disability Benefits
In Wisconsin, you can apply for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) regarding a large variety of medical conditions. However, the medical condition must be one that prevents you from expecting to be able to work for 12 months. The condition must also prevent you from participating in any work activity identified as substantially gainful. If such a physical or mental disability prevents you from being able to work, you should immediately apply for your disability benefits. As the process can be complex, it’s important to have an attorney on your side who can assist and advise you through the entire process.
The attorneys at Midwest Disability, P.A., have more than 50 years of combined experience helping disabled individuals qualify for disability. We provide a caring approach and will provide your matter a great deal of personal attention. As we understand that every situation is different, we will listen to your concerns and implement a strategy best designed to get you the benefits that you need.
What The Application Process Is Like
Nowadays, it is possible to apply for SSDI or SSI in several ways. You can apply online, by telephone or at the local SSA office. Regardless of what method you choose, the number of rejections for these sorts of claims are high. For this reason, we suggest speaking to us before taking any action.
Our lawyers and staff will help you:
- Prepare your application
- Organize your medical records and other information
- Review your entire application to make certain it is complete and accurate
- File your application in a timely manner
Our attorneys can discuss the application process with you and provide you with all of your legal options. While there is a chance that the SSA will reject your application, there are also grounds for reconsideration and appeal. In the event of a rejection, we will explore with you the possibilities for overturning the original determination.
Helping You Through The Entire Process
Do not go through this process alone. To discuss your disability claim in great detail during a free case evaluation process, contact our office by calling 888-351-0427. We handle disability claims on a contingency basis. This means we do not charge you a fee unless we successfully obtain benefits for you.