Social Security Disability
Have you been denied a claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) in Pennsylvania? Have you been receiving workers’ compensation benefits, but you are now worried that your short-term problem has become a long-term disability? Has dealing with the complex rules of the SSA left you frustrated?
Don’t face this process alone and don’t wait any longer to file a claim or submit an appeal for a denied Social Security Disability claim. Contact our experienced attorneys as soon as possible. At QuatriniRafferty, we utilize a team approach, and we employ a network of special experts and investigators, which we have developed over the last 30 years.
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Who Qualifies For Social Security Disability Benefits?
At QuatriniRafferty, we represent disabled individuals in every step of the process from filing your Social Security Disability claim to appealing claims that have been denied. Some of the more common disabilities we see are listed below:
- Bipolar disorder
- Manic depression
ADD in adults
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Back pain and surgery
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Multiple sclerosis
- HIV-related disability
- Shoulder conditions
- Heart disease
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
Although your condition may not be on this list, it may still qualify you for benefits. A free evaluation by our office will help you to decide if filing a claim is right for you.
We offer the following information to help familiarize you with all of the Social Security Disability benefits available and to answer common questions you may have regarding:
- Social Security mental disability benefits
- The compassionate allowance list
- Social Security frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Our lawyers are very experienced and knowledgeable, and we are often successful in fighting for the disability benefits that our clients are entitled to. However, it is important to remember that the process does take time. If you have already filed and been denied a claim, don’t give up. About two out of three applications are initially denied. Time, however, is a critical factor.
A missed deadline for filing a Social Security Disability appeal will force you to start the entire process over again.
Most first-time applicants for Social Security Disability benefits are denied. However, on appeal, a large majority of those initially denied claims are reversed. Our attorneys have represented countless clients in Social Security Disability cases and are particularly effective when additional medical information and doctor testimony can be introduced.
If you are unable to work and believe that your disability may be long-term in nature, contact our Greensburg Social Security Disability attorneys and let us help you get started. We receive no fees from you unless you are awarded your benefits.
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