Ohio and Kentucky Social Security Disability Attorneys
If your application for Social Security disability benefits has been denied, you have a right to a hearing before an administrative law judge at which you will have an opportunity to prove that you are eligible for benefits. At this hearing, you have a right to be represented by a lawyer.
At the law firm of Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, our Cincinnati denied disability claim attorneys help clients in Ohio and Kentucky obtain the Social Security benefits they deserve. If your claim has been denied, we can guide you through the appeal process.
Documenting Your Claim and Representing You at Your Hearing
The Social Security Administration (SSA) denies most of the disability applications it receives. Many of these claims are denied, even though the applicants are disabled according to the Social Security statutes and regulations. It is important not to give up and to appeal a denial to the hearing level.
Historically, a majority of applicants who hire a lawyer to appeal their denied Social Security claims and attend a hearing before an administrative law judge are successful at obtaining disability benefits.
Obviously, every case is unique and must be evaluated based on the specific facts of that case. But, in general, given the number of valid claims that are initially turned down, nobody whose initial claim is denied should give up without discussing an appeal with a lawyer.
Our attorneys understand what you need to prove in order to win your Social Security appeal, and we will work with you and your doctors to get all of your medical records to prove your case. We will also meet with you to prepare you to testify at your hearing. At your hearing, we will be your advocates, arguing for the full benefits you are legally entitled to.
Call 513-721-1350 to Schedule a consultation
To schedule a consultation to discuss how our firm can help you appeal your denied SSD claim, please contact us at 513-721-1350 or by e-mail. We do not charge attorney fees unless you are awarded Social Security benefits.