If your disability prevents you from working, Social Security benefits can make the difference between financial security and financial uncertainty.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD) may pay benefits to you and key members of your family if your work history meets a certain threshold. Even if you do not qualify for SSD, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may pay benefits based on financial need. Benefits may also be available to disabled widows/widowers and disabled children.
Satter Law Firm, PLLC assists claimants at every stage of the disability process before the Social Security Administration. We will work with your health care providers to help them help you.
Call Satter Law Firm, PLLC If:
- You have received an initial denial (contact us as soon as possible)
- You have requested a hearing (contact us immediately)
- You feel your claim has been wrongfully denied
You may qualify for benefits under SSD, SSI, or both programs. Social Security consultations are free of charge.
If your disability insurance company has denied your claim or terminated your benefits:
Satter Law Firm, PLLC can assist in handling your appeal to the insurance company/administrator and bringing suit in State or Federal Court to enforce your rights to Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, and similar benefits. Contingency fee arrangements available for qualifying claims.