A Social Security Disability Rejection Isn’t The End
Social Security is supposed to protect people and provide them benefits after an illness or disability has left them unable to work. People who have paid into the national SSDI plan with payroll deductions or direct payments for at least 10 years are entitled to disability payments. However, Social Security claims are denied too often and for different reasons.
While you can appeal the decision on your own, you have a greater chance of success if you work with a seasoned Social Security benefits attorney who knows how to get you the benefits you need. Our attorneys at Rummell, Curry & Regginello Law Firm have years of experience helping Youngstown residents file for initial claims and appeal denied claims.
These Cases May Be Tough, But We Are Tougher
Social Security claims get denied for various reasons, but that does not mean you should give up. Our lawyers have been working with SSDI hearing boards for years. We thoroughly evaluate your case, learn about your disability, and build the strongest possible case in your favor. This is a more complex process than a simple appeal; it won’t be settled overnight but often sees more success.
We have represented clients with various SSDI claims, including:
- Mental disabilities
- Bipolar disorder
- Auto-immune diseases
- Cancer disability
- Multiple sclerosis disability
- Physical disabilities
- Back pay SSDI
- Permanent and closed periods of disability
- Social Security for clients 55 and older
These cases are notoriously difficult, and a single mistake can mean the complete rejection of benefits. Our attorneys work to ensure your claim is solid and thoroughly presented to give you the best possible chance of success.
Don’t Lose Hope; Fight Back For The Benefits You Deserve
Don’t give up on getting the Social Security Disability benefits to which you are entitled. The attorneys at Rummell, Curry & Regginello Law Firm understand the fear that you may feel, but hope does not have to be lost. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case at 330-840-3970 or through the online form.