Social Security Disability (SSD)
When You Need a Social Security Disability Attorney in Pennsylvania
Individuals who are mentally or physically disabled to the degree that they cannot work are eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) Insurance benefits. To qualify for benefits, you must show that your disability prevents you from working to earn a living. You must have worked in recent years and paid into the Social Security fund.
If you believe you are eligible for benefits, you should contact your local Social Security office and apply for them. But even if you are eligible and your application is in order, the system will move very slowly before you receive benefits. Worse yet, applications are often denied, which means an appeal that could last 12 to 18 months. Most people who cannot earn a living are not able to keep up with their bills for that long.
Knowledgeable guidance when you need it most
Your best strategy is to get legal representation as soon as possible – preferably an attorney who realizes all that is at stake for you and your family, who knows every detail of Social Security law, and who will work with you every step of the way.
In an initial, no-cost consultation, Steven F. Kessler will cover everything you need to know:
- Explain the claims process to you
- Get a clear understanding of your situation
- Determine your eligibility for SSD benefits
- Let you know exactly what steps you must take to get the benefits you deserve as quickly as possible
You will find it reassuring to have Steven F. Kessler on your side. With 30 years of experience in Social Security law, he has a thorough knowledge of SSD and SSI guidelines. While no lawyer can create miracles, he can ensure that your case is resolved as quickly, efficiently, and affordably as possible.
“I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the hard work you did on my SSD case. As you know, I was overwhelmed that day and I was very impressed with your presentation. You are a very caring person.”
Working on contingency
When Steven F. Kessler takes on your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income, he works on a contingency basis. That means that you will receive a bill only if your claim or appeal is successful.
If you are unable to work and have a Social Security issue, you know how much is on the line. Steven F. Kessler is an experienced Social Security attorney who is totally committed to the success of his clients. Contact Steven F. Kessler today for a no-cost consultation.