Huntington Social Security Disability Insurance Attorney
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal government program that provides monthly income to people who cannot work due to disabling medical conditions. To qualify, a person must have worked and paid into the system for five consecutive years. You must have a physical or mental “qualifying impairment” that prevents you from working for 12 months or longer.
Do Not Give Up If Your Initial Application For Benefits Is Denied
The process for obtaining SSDI benefits is complex and intimidating even for well-educated people. Claim denials are common, requiring many with serious, legitimate disabilities to pursue reconsideration and appeals. Others need guidance on whether they qualify and help with the application process. Navigating these steps is our clear focus at the law office of William L. Redd, Attorney at Law, in Huntington.
Do You Need A Charleston Area SSDI Claims Attorney? Disabled From Work In Eastern Kentucky Or Southern Ohio?
Our legal team, led by a dedicated Huntington Social Security Disability Insurance lawyer with more than 35 years of experience, skillfully pursues SSDI benefits for clients in the Tri-State Area of West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. Dedicated professional representation may be absolutely essential for getting the disability benefits you need. We are here to:
- Ensure you applied for benefits under the correct program, since some who apply for SSDI actually qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) instead
Thoroughly analyze reasons for your claim denial and advise you honestly on your likelihood of success
- Clearly explain and efficiently manage next steps in the process, such as filing your request for reconsideration or requesting a hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ)
- Stay with your case to the finish, which may ultimately require an appearance before the Appeals Council in Falls Church or an appeal in U.S. District Court
Prompt Action Is Critical · Call For A Free, No-Risk Consultation Today
It is important to understand that valid SSDI claims are denied for a wide range of reasons — and that you have only 60 days or less to take action. We may need to gather additional medical evidence and doctor’s opinions that you cannot work, for example. Understandable technical errors in your initial application may need to be corrected.
For the knowledgeable guidance and personal attention you need in this pivotal time, please contact us now by telephone or email.