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Toledo Social Security Disability And Supplemental Security Income Benefits Attorneys

At Miller Cohen, P.L.C., we realize how frustrating it can be to be denied Social Security Disability (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, especially when you are certain that you are eligible and should qualify. Many people experience this frustration, as the majority of first-time SSDI and SSI applicants are denied on their initial application. When you visit our firm, you will meet with experienced, passionate attorneys who have the resources necessary to challenge your denial. Our firm has more than 40 years of experience and is ready to get you the benefits you or a loved one deserve and need.

Contact our Toledo SSD/SSI attorneys online today to schedule a free case evaluation. You may also call our firm at 313-566-4787, or toll-free at 800-221-6021, to discuss your specific situation with one of our knowledgeable lawyers.

The Advantage Of Hiring An Attorney For Your SSD/SSI Application

SSDI and SSI applications are extensive and can be confusing to anyone not familiar with the process. Many applicants are denied not because they do not qualify or are not eligible to receive government benefits, but because of mistakes in the application process, insufficient medical documentation, or errors in the vast paperwork that is involved.

Additionally, many individuals believe that a person must be unable to do any work in order to qualify for SSD benefits. This is not always true. As we have learned during our many years of experience, a person sometimes need only have a documented medical reason why he or she cannot perform any job he or she is qualified to accept.

Whether you have been denied or are a first-time applicant, your chances of approval significantly improve if you are represented by an attorney. Our Toledo SSD/SSI attorneys understand the complexities of the Social Security system and will help you obtain the necessary proof the Social Security Administration requires. If you are denied, we will be prepared to represent you through the appeals process, which might include:

  • Reconsideration
  • A hearing in front of an administrative judge
  • Appeals Council review

Contact Our Social Security Law Firm For A Free Case Evaluation

You do not have to face the SSDI/SSI process alone – the very thought of doing so is overwhelming to many people just like you. Miller Cohen, P.L.C., is ready to help you get the benefits you need after suffering a personal injury or disability.

Contact our SSD appeals law office online