Navigating the confusing procedures of a Social Security Disability claim

Social Security disability insurance is a program intended to provide financial support to individuals with physical or psychological conditions that prevent them from engaging in gainful employment. Unfortunately, the numerous procedures, forms, and legal standards applied in this system can be very confusing to applicants.

We can help you with filing a new claim, appealing a denied application for benefits, or preparing your claim for hearing before an administrative law judge. It is critical to ensure that you provide the administration with your full medical record in support of your claim. Often it is necessary to seek out additional reports or opinions from your treating physicians to provide a full picture of your symptoms and the extent of your disability.

Due to the high volume of claims filed in Ohio each year, it can take nearly two years to get to your hearing date - make the most of your hearing by being fully prepared and properly represented.