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Do I need a Social Security Disability Attorney?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) was created to protect people who cannot work because of physical or mental impairments. We all know this benefit exists. We all know is exists to help those eligible financially when they can no longer work. However filing for disability is a lengthy and frustrating process. When you start the process and overcome the red tape, what do you do if you get denied? Have you been told you do not have sufficient medical evidence of your condition or told your condition is not severe enough to be eligible for the benefit. Maybe you feel strongly your disability claim has not been looked at properly. And mostly maybe you feel you are not getting fair consideration. Many in your situation also feel intimidated overall. Generally only about 33% of applicants are approved on their first filing so it’s not just you. The rest of the 66% either accept the decision or seek further help.

If your claim is denied and you have decided to start filing your appeals, this is when you should contact a SSDI Attorney like the Law Offices of William D. McGillicuddy. William D. McGillicuddy has successfully represented clients in cases of social security disability matters. The appeals process will most likely be as time consuming as the original filing. Often it is too much for the average person to do themselves. Mr. McGillicuddy is a disability lawyer that knows how to handle this process through the complex regulations. He will make sure your case is presented properly to the Administrative Law Judge, Appeals Council or Federal District Court Judge for a better chance of success. We invite you to call and set up an appointment for a consultation. Our staff is experienced in dealing with the complexities of the Social Security Disability process. We cannot stress enough how important it is to start the process right away. If you cannot work because of a disability, you should not be afraid to apply for Social Security benefits. There is a wide range of qualifying disabilities and we are here to help you every step of the way to get you back to the quality of life you deserve.

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