Do You Need A Social Security Disability Lawyer?
If you are injured or disabled and have questions about the Social Security Disability process, you may be wondering: Do I need a lawyer?
The attorneys at Bentoff & Duber do not receive compensation until you win your case. We have served Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland area since 1965 and have a record of success in Social Security Disability benefits cases. If you have a disability or an injury that impacts your ability to work, we can help you when your claim is denied.
How An SSD Lawyer Can Help
A social security disability attorney will help develop a strong, convincing case by:
- Taking steps to file your case as efficiently as possible to ensure it moves through the system in a timely manner
- Filing confusing forms for you
- Collecting and submitting relevant medical evidence from your physician
- Asking your physician the right questions
- Presenting your case in a way that focuses on the most persuasive facts to Social Security
- Assisting with your request for reconsideration and appeal if your claim is denied
- Representing you before an administrative law judge appeals council and federal court
Appeals: When Your Disability Claim Is Denied
Have you been denied Social Security Disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)? Your claim does not need to end there. You are entitled to a disability claim appeal. Our experienced attorneys can work with you to ensure that your appeal is a strong one so that you receive the benefits to which you are entitled.
With experience in helping people in Cleveland and throughout Northeast Ohio with Social Security Disability claims appeals since 1965, the lawyers of Bentoff & Duber understand the process. We know what it takes to make a strong case on your behalf.
Appealing Is Faster Than Filing A New Application
Your best chance of winning a claim after being denied is through an appeal.
Filing a new application takes longer and will likely be denied for the same reasons it was denied the first time.
Remember: You only have 60 days to file an appeal after receiving your denial, so do not hesitate to contact us at 216-861-1234 for help with getting started.
Representing The Injured And Disabled
We will work with you on your SSD appeal to ensure that you have the evidence and documentation needed to prove that you meet the earnings and disability qualifications. We will stand beside you at your Social Security benefits appeal hearing, presenting opening and closing statements, working with vocational and medical experts, and cross-examining those presented in opposition.
Our knowledge and experience have helped us build a record of success in Social Security Disability cases. While the process can be a long one at certain points, we are always available to address any concerns or questions you may have, and we will make sure that we are always up to date on any change in your information so that your case remains fresh and valid.