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Applying For Disability Benefits

SSD Benefit Applications are Complex and Confusing - Choose an Experienced Attorney

The only way to obtain Social Security Disability benefits is by properly filling out and submitting an application, but it's much more complicated than it sounds. You must first establish whether you are eligible for SSD benefits and then fill out the form meticulously, so there are no mistakes and no information is left out. Most first-time applicants-a full 70%-end up with a denied Social Security Disability claim, no matter how many hours they put into the SSD paperwork involved.

There are so many common SSD application mistakes, that it's nearly impossible to obtain SSD payments on your own. When you hire us to serve as your SSD attorney, a Legal Assistant from our office will start by interviewing you, asking specific, detailed questions regarding employment and medical information in order to create an effective SSD case for you. But even if you already made an attempt to collect SSD disability benefits, we can help. Whether you've already had your SSD application rejected or haven't checked off one box on the forms, call us. We are successful SSD attorneys who have helped hard-working New Yorkers just like you.

If the SSD Application Seems Overwhelming, Don't Despair-We'll Help You Obtain SSD Benefits!

If your SSD claim application is denied, which it most likely will be, the next step is to file an appeal. But appealing a Social Security Disability denial is even more intimidating and overwhelming, as you may have to appear in court at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. We handle appeal cases all the time for our clients and know that your chances of success improve dramatically when you have us on your side.

The Law Offices of Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP will help you with the entire process. Call us at (800) 692-3717 or contact us online for a free evaluation. You don't pay us a cent unless you win and we help injured and ill New Yorkers in all five boroughs and beyond.