Unfortunately, a large number of Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income claims are denied when they are first submitted and then again on the reconsideration levels. Because of this, many of these claims will then need to be heard in front of an Administrative Law Judge if a claimant hopes to receive benefits.
Appearing in front of an ALJ can be an intimidating prospect, especially if you do not fully understand how the system works. With so much at stake, at this level it just makes good sense to hire the best Social Security Disability lawyer in Phoenix that you can find. An experienced and successful SSDI or SSI attorney assisting you can make all the difference in the front of a judge when your future security is on the line.
The Wilmer Law Firm has been assisting claimants for many years with developing their disability cases to be presented in front of an Administrative Law Judge. Our familiarity with Social Security rules and regulations, along with our longstanding familiarity with many of the judges who rule on these types of cases can be an extremely valuable asset when you need it the most. We also have a strong network of medical experts who can lend weight to the validity of your claim, and we can assist you with tracking down important medical test results, working with your physicians to obtain statements supporting your medical condition, and applying all of these disparate parts to create a cohesive strategy that will result in approval of benefits for you.
Through our efforts, we can also assist you in obtaining back pay benefits as well which could amount to thousands of dollars in your pocket by the time your case is decided.
The best news for our clients is that we only take cases on contingency, meaning that we only collect a fee if we win your case. It makes sense to contact The Wilmer Law Firm today to explore the options and the particulars of your case to see how we can best assist you.
The Wilmer Law Firm serves clients in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale and nearby Arizona communities.