Skilled Legal Help For Social Security Disability (SSD) Claims
You have likely been paying into the Social Security Disability program (SSD) for the entire course of your working life. The program is designed to provide workers the benefits and income they need if they should ever suffer a disabling injury or illness that prevents them from working for a significant amount of time. The process of applying for these benefits can be complicated and valid claims are denied all the time. Having an experienced lawyer in your corner to help guide you through this process can provide you with the best chance of recovering the benefits you deserve in a timely fashion.
The Wisconsin-based attorneys at Pittman & Pittman Law Offices, LLC, are dedicated to helping workers assert their interests when it comes to SSD or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims.
Who Qualifies For SSD Benefits?
In order to qualify for SSD benefits, you must have worked in a job that is covered by Social Security and have had a disabling condition lasting one year or longer. There are a number of different conditions that are covered by SSD. However, having a qualifying condition is not a guarantee that you will receive benefits. SSD claims are denied regularly, often due to paperwork mistakes or for failure to thoroughly document your condition.
Our attorneys can help walk you through the initial application process, ensuring you have everything in order to make the strongest possible case for recovering the benefits you deserve. If your initial claim is denied, this does not have to be the final word. We also handle appeals and understand how to build a persuasive case in your favor.
Unable To Work Due To A Disability Or Illness? Contact Us.
If a disability has left you unable to work, we can help explore your options for recovering benefits. To schedule a consultation with our lawyers, call our location in La Crosse at 608-784-0841 or our location in Madison at 608-233-4336. You may also complete our online contact form and we will respond to your message promptly.