Ypsilanti’s Leading Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Attorney
Let Us Help You Get the SSDI That You Deserve
If you’ve been denied your SSDI and you can’t work due to an injury, disease, or health problem, call us immediately!
Having an SSDI claim denied can be a frustrating and difficult experience, but a claim denial is never final. You may just need the help of a qualified attorney who specializes in appealing disability claims.
Bruce L. Weider has over 25 years of legal experience and a high success rate helping individuals who have been denied their disability insurance. Our law firm has single-handedly won benefits for hundreds of individuals who have been wrongly denied the compensation and income they deserve.
What Is the Process of Developing a Disability Case?
While it is possible to win an SSD disability without the help of an attorney, your odds are significantly decreased. The simple reality is that a large majority of SSDI claimants are unsuccessful in filing claims due to a lack of experience and knowledge of how to properly prepare their application. By employing the assistance of a legal professional that specializes specifically in disability cases, the chances of receiving benefits increase considerably. An experienced attorney can track down important medical records, obtain statements from a claimant’s physicians, and utilize a thorough understanding of SSA regulations and guidelines that will be crucial to your case.
If your claim has been denied, it’s important that you contact the Bruce L. Weider Law Firm immediately, so that we can help you file your appeal and prepare for your appeal hearing. When it comes to securing your future and livelihood, would you want to take any chances?
How Will We Appeal Your Case?
We have the knowledge and experience to turn a denial into a payment of disability benefits. However, you have a limited amount of time to file for an appeal. Missing the deadline for your appeal will force you to begin the process over, making the process considerably longer and more frustrating. We will request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge and show you are entitled to the benefits you deserve.
If you have already filed an appeal and Social Security has notified you of an upcoming hearing, don’t go unprepared! Statistically, without the help of a qualified attorney to help determine why a claim was denied, individuals who have been denied an SSDI claim will likely also lose their appeal. Bruce can turn the tables in your favor and help you receive rightful income and compensation for your disability.
Take the necessary steps to secure your future. Contact the Bruce L. Weider Law Firm today for a free consultation.