When Your Social Security Disability Claim Is Denied
Experienced SSDI Attorneys Serving South Jersey
If you paid into the system and now have an occupational illness or disabling injury that is serious enough to prevent you from working — or if you are not expected to recover at all — you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. However, people with serious medical conditions are nonetheless turned down.
At the Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C., law firm in Burlington, we recognize that getting Social Security benefit checks as soon as possible is important to you. Our attorneys will skillfully and aggressively advocate for you in the claims and appeals process, for as long as it takes to get you qualified for Social Security Disability.
Disability Claim Denied? Need Help To Get Started?
We represent SSDI claimants in Burlington County and throughout New Jersey. Start with a free initial consultation by calling toll free at 609-589-0649.
Focused Experience For A Complex And Challenging Process
Most SSDI claims are initially denied for a variety of reasons, including an incomplete application. Your chances of obtaining the benefits you deserve improve significantly if you join forces with a skilled disability lawyer. Our attorneys have a reputation for positive results in SSDI cases.
Was your Social Security Disability claim denied? We can shepherd you through the SSDI appeals process — reconsideration, an administrative law disability hearing, an Appeals Council review or court appeals. We will give you the information you need to bolster your claim and make sound decisions about your future. We have secured benefits for many South Jersey and Central New Jersey clients via hearings and appeals.
We Helped Many Clients Qualify For SSDI
Our full-service law firm deals with difficult SSDI claim denials issues every day. We are fully prepared to build the strongest case possible for you while addressing concerns such as:
- Benefits eligibility
- Timelines and expectations for processing and approval of an SSDI claim
- Issues involving continuing to work, your financial alternatives, and balancing of two or more types of benefits
Our recognized expertise with SSDI issues extends to claims for people older than 50 years of age, and a wide array of qualifying SSDI conditions, including disability for mental disorders. We can tackle any complex case, including those related to terminations of benefits — and perform these services on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless our help with your appeal is successful and you win the benefits you need.
At Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C., we make your SSDI benefits claim a top priority at our law firm. From start to finish of the legal process, your lawyer will stay responsive to you every step of the way. Call 609-589-0649 toll free, for a free initial consultation with a Burlington Social Security Disability attorney, or contact us online. We respond promptly to email messages and can visit you at your home or hospital room if your disability prevents you from traveling.