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Social Security Disability Lawyer in The Bronx

Experienced, Determined Social Security Disability Attorneys in The Bronx Who Fight For Your Rights

We understand Social Security Disability law inside and out. For over 90 years, our law firm has been assisting injured and disabled New Yorkers like you pursue the Social Security Disability Insurance benefits they deserve. We'll help with everything from filing for SSD or SSDI benefits to fighting denied Social Security Disability claims, including going to court on your behalf if that's what it takes to get you the SSD payments you need. If you are unable to work due to an accident on the job, a slip and fall injury or you found you have one of the long-term workplace illnesses or occupational diseases New Yorkers often contract, such as silicosis or mesothelioma, call us. We handle veterans disability benefits and civil service disability pensions as well, and help union members who are unable to work due to an injury, disability, disease or illness.

Let a Diligent Bronx Social Security Disability Lawyer Take on the Government on Your Behalf

The dedicated, understanding Social Security Disability attorneys at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP have a well-known history of obtaining compensation for ill, disabled and injured clients who can't return to work. In addition, we offer loyal legal representation to New Yorkers struggling economically who require Supplemental Security Income to help pay bills. We stand up to the Social Security Administration on our clients' behalf and pursue every penny the government owes to hard-working New Yorkers.

Do you qualify for Social Security Disability?

There are many injuries and impairments that can qualify for benefits. These include:

  • Musculoskeletal disorders – For example, arthritis, back injuries, herniated discs, fractures, joint disorders, and chronic pain that significantly impact mobility and functionality.
  • Cardiovascular conditions – Severe heart conditions, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, and other cardiovascular disorders that significantly limit your ability to engage in physical activity and work.
  • Respiratory disorders – Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, lung cancer, and other respiratory conditions that result in significant breathing difficulties and impair the ability to perform physical tasks.
  • Neurological disorders – Conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS), epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other neurological disorders that cause significant limitations in mobility, coordination, cognitive functioning, or the ability to perform daily activities.
  • Mental health conditions – These include conditions that severely affect a person's ability to function in daily life, such as major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other serious psychiatric disorders.
  • Immune system disorders – Autoimmune diseases such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, HIV/AIDS, and other immune system disorders that result in significant impairments and limitations.
  • Vision and hearing loss – Severe vision impairments, including blindness, and significant hearing loss that affects a person's ability to perform work-related tasks.
  • Chronic pain – Conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and other chronic pain disorders that significantly limit a person's ability to function and perform daily activities.
  • Cancer – Certain types of cancer that are advanced, recurrent, or metastatic and significantly impact a person's ability to work and carry out daily activities.

But just because you have one of these conditions does not mean you will easily be approved for Social Security Disability benefits. The application process can be complicated and claims are denied for many different reasons. That’s why you need an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer to guide you through the process every step of the way.

Call a No-Nonsense SSD Lawyer in The Bronx Who Will Go After the Benefits You Deserve

Our attorneys understand the claims process and know what it takes to get a claim for benefits approved. We can make sure that all paperwork is completely properly and that all deadlines are met. We can also work with your doctors to gather the supporting medical evidence you need. And if your claim is denied, we will be ready to appeal the decision.

You've worked hard your whole life and have paid into the SSD system with every paycheck. Now you need help in return due to an injury or a debilitating chronic disease that has you laid up. Now's the time to call a hard-working SSD lawyer in The Bronx who will fight for your rights. Call us today at (347) 584-8576 or contact us online for a free evaluation. There is no obligation, and you don't pay a thing unless you win your SSD claim!

1775 Grand Concourse
Suite 701
Bronx, NY 10453
(347) 584-8576


By Car from Manhattan: Take the 1-87N/Major Deegan Expressway toward Albany. Use the right 2 lanes to merge onto I-95 N/US-1 N toward New Haven. Use the 2nd from the right lane to take exit 2A for Jerome Ave. Turn left onto Jerome Ave. turn right onto E 176th St. Take a sharp right onto Grand Concourse. Our office will be on the right.

By Car from the Bronx: Take the Bronx River Parkway South toward Sound View Park. Get off at Exit 5 (E 177th St.) going towards the I-895 S/Sheridan Expressway/Triboro Bridge. Merge onto E 177th St. Slight left onto the I095 S ramp to I-895 S/Sheridan/G Washington Br/Trenton. Merge onto  I-95 S/Cross Bronx Expy. Take exit 2A for Jerome Ave. Turn right onto Jerome Ave. Turn right onto E 176th St. Take a sharp right onto Grand Concourse. Our office will be on the right.

By Car from White Plains/points North: Take the I-287 W/Cross Westchester Expressway to the I-87S via the exit - on the left - toward New York (Portions toll). Take exit 7 to merge onto I-95 N/US-1 N. Use the 2nd from the right lane to take exit 2A for Jerome Ave. Turn left onto Jerome Ave. Turn right onto E 176th St. Take a sharp right onto Grand Concourse. Our office will be on the right.

By Train: Take the number 4 Train to 176 St. Walk northeast and turn right onto E 176th St. Turn right onto Morris Ave. Take the crosswalk. Our office will be on the right.