Social Security Disability

If you have worked hard for a living, and now find yourself disabled and unable to work, there may be Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits available to you. It does not have to be work-related or caused by an accident, but many workers compensation injured workers are also eligible for SSDI benefits. Any disabling condition or disease can form the basis of a social security disability claim under correct circumstances. Contact McCormick Law Office to find out if you qualify for SSDI or SSI benefits.

SSDI denial? Keep positive. Many good and valid SSDI applications are initially denied. An honest application may be denied for technical, legal reasons that an experienced attorney and paralegal can fix. Obvious disability is not enough to win, it must meet certain legal standards to be an approved claim and our office brings our experience to bear for you, before and after the disability hearing. Perseverance and patience pays off with good claims.

McCormick Law Office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has social security attorneys to help you pursue Social Security Disability appeals after a judge denial. McCormick Law attorneys and paralegals review your medical records, permanent restrictions, doctor expert opinions, vocational experts and other documents. We have experience with clients being denied after seeing social security doctors and having their files reviewed by disability examiners. Our office works hard for you to get your social security disability benefits.

Why Hire A Wisconsin Social Security Disability Attorney?

Appealing a denial letter after filing an application can be a daunting task, requiring specialized legal knowledge of disability law. When you are disabled and in pain it is difficult to focus on legal and medical paperwork. McCormick Law Office is prepared to help you.

A successful social security disability appeal depends on several factors that expert legal advice can help with. McCormick Law Office attorneys and paralegals have years of experience in and outside the Social Security Administration, and are prepared to apply our knowledge and skill to help you work obtain your SSDI or SSI benefits, including any back pay. Our office is also experienced in children’s disability claims and has been successful in winning disability cases for children.

Call for a free case evaluation. If you are disabled, unable to work, or need to fight a SSDI claim denial, call McCormick Law Office to get answers in an honest and trustworthy manner.

To discuss your case free of charge, call or email us now. There are no attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive SSDI or SSI benefits. Please email us or contact a Wisconsin social security disability attorney directly at 877-412-7409 or at (414) 272-3636.