Was Your SSDI Claim Denied In New Jersey?
If you have reason to believe that an injury or a medical condition will leave you unable to work as you once did, for at least 12 months, you are entitled to apply for Social Security Disability Income.
SSDI is not based on your having a low income — but rather, on your inability to work as you did previously. If you are unsure whether you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, contact an experienced SSDI attorney.
Although Social Security Disability is a government-run program, there is no reason to feel that you are asking for a government handout when you apply for Social Security benefits. Rather, you are making a claim for benefits that are rightfully yours, and which are directly connected to Social Security payroll deductions that you have paid for throughout your working life.
We Will Be Your Advocate
Typically, our clients initially file their own SSDI claim once they realize that they will be unable to work for 12 months because of an injury or the onset of a chronic medical condition. We come on board after the claim is denied and requires an appeal. At the law offices of Goldstein, Ballen, O’Rourke & Wildstein, headquartered in Passaic, we assist clients in documenting claims and represent them at administrative hearings.
Because we are a personal injury, automobile accident and workers’ compensation benefits law firm, our SSDI clients are often the same clients whom we have represented regarding an injury in New Jersey. Effects of the injury make it impossible for our clients to work as before. We are efficient and organized at coordinating the gathering and analyzing of documentation applicable to all claims.
Call Or Email Our Firm To Schedule A Free Consultation
Contact the attorneys at Goldstein, Ballen, O’Rourke & Wildstein to schedule a consultation with a lawyer regarding your accident, negligence, workers’ compensation or SSDI legal needs today. Call 888-868-1830 or send our firm an email.
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