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Albany Social Security Disability Lawyer

Our Albany SSD Attorneys Know How The System Works. Contact Us

Social Security Disability cases in Albany can be confusing. Due to all the rules and regulations involving SSD claims in New York State, it can be hard to know where to apply or even if you’re eligible for SSD benefits in New York. That’s why it’s important to speak with an Albany Social Security Disability attorney as soon as possible to find out if you’re eligible to receive SSD benefits for your Albany workplace injury or illness. We are ready to meet with you right away at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP.

Our experienced legal team has decades of experience handling some of the most complicated SSD claims in New York. Often, an initial application for SSD benefits is denied. That’s why it’s important that you speak with a lawyer at our firm as soon as possible. We can help prepare your initial application to file with the Social Security Administration. And if your application has been denied, we can help you file an appeal and represent you before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in the Albany area or whichever court is closest to you.

How Our Albany Social Security Disability Lawyers Can Help You

Filing a successful Social Security Disability application or appeal often requires a tremendous amount of work. The forms need to be filled out perfectly. And in order to do so, a tremendous amount of research often needs to be done ahead of time. Our attorneys know what questions to ask and what information needs to be included in these forms. We also regularly work with experts in their fields, who can provide additional information for your application or even testify if necessary at your ALJ court hearing if your SSD application has been denied.

Often, you only have a limited amount of time to take legal action. From the date of your injury or illness, you often only have one year to apply for benefits. But if you wait too long, the evidence you need to build a successful case could become even harder to obtain. And if your initial application was denied, you only have 60 days to file a request for reconsideration. Don’t miss out on these important deadlines. Make sure you’re on track. Make sure you contact our law firm right away to schedule your free consultation at our Albany office today.