Cleveland Ohio Social Security Disability Lawyers
he laws, regulations and procedures pertaining to Social Security disability and Social Security Income are complicated. Unless you are an expert who specializes in this area of law, it’s a difficult task for a layperson to understand the complexities involving the disbursement of these disability benefits.
The Social Security Administration reports that on a national average, approximately 90 out of 100 of the initial disability claims filed are denied. An applicant is then required to file within 60 days for reconsideration and when that is denied, to within 60 days of denial, to request a hearing and thereafter, provide medical evidence and attend a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
Below you will find Frequently Asked Questions relating to Social Security Disability Income and Social Security Income. Click on any of the below links for further information on the Social Security process.
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There is no charge for the initial consultation, whether by e-mail, telephone or by office visit. So, please do not hesitate to set up an appointment today for cases involving legal malpractice, Social Security Disability, personal injury or insurance bad faith claims. Call us at (216) 781-2258 to speak with attorney Scott E. Stewart about your legal issue. Alternatively, you can fill out our contact form below to let Stewart & DeChant know how we may assist you with your legal matter.
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