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Social Security Disability

If you are not able to work due to a medical condition you may be entitled to Social Security Disability. Individuals who qualify for disability are normally entitled to monthly benefit checks and medical coverage.

Most claims denied – You need help

Statistically, the vast majority of Social Security Disability (SSD/SSI) claims are denied at the initial filing claim level. For this reason, most SSD/SSI claims will need to be appealed and heard by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) before a claimant can hope to receive disability benefits. It is at this appeal level of an ALJ hearing (trial) that one should always be accompanied by a Disability Attorney.

Has Your Claim Been Denied?

The United States of America designed the Social Security system to provide working people with a security net when times turn bad, and/or because of disabling health reasons. Unfortunately, this originally well-intentioned ‘safety net’ has been destroyed by red tape and a painfully slow bureaucracy. Every day worthy disability applicants slip the through the cracks of the system, facing financial ruin and despair. Don’t give up just because your claim has been denied once! Instead, let the experienced attorneys at Lanzotti and Rau help you navigate the process and get you the benefits you deserve.

A Complicated Process Requires Experienced Help

Qualifying for Social Security disability payments is a long and arduous process. Many people quit or drop out because it is too complex to handle on their own. The process requires extensive handling of medical records and supplementation of your social security file. As if that weren’t enough, if your claim is initially denied, you will need to conduct a hearing or trial in front of an Administration Law Judge, who has the sole power to determine your disability status after a hearing. You need a team of experienced attorneys on your side every step of the way!

What Will it Cost Me?

All of our Social Security Claims are handled on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery, then there are no attorney fees owed. At Lanzotti & Rau we have a proven track record of successfully handling disability cases. We are familiar with the medical records process, and can easily remove the massive paperwork burden from your shoulders. We understand what it means to be disabled, and that the last thing you feel up to doing is fighting for the payments you deserve to receive. Let us work for you today!

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