Social Security Disability

Social Security Disability Attorneys in Fort Wayne


Obtaining Social Security Disability including Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Child Benefits may be a long, complicated, and scary process. The Social Security Administration (SSA) turns down the majority of initial claims. About one third of those who file a claim are found disabled at the initial level, the other two thirds are denied social security disability benefits. This includes many deserving people who are truly disabled. Please do not give up! Let the experienced and caring social security disability attorneys and staff at Perry Law Office in Fort Wayne, IN help you from your initial denial through your hearing. We are here to help you obtain the benefits that you deserve.


How to Get Social Security Disability Benefits

Obtaining Social Security (SS) is a multiple step process. The majority of claims for Social Security Disability Benefits proceed as follows:

1. you will file your initial claim for disability, get denied

2. you file your reconsideration, get denied

3. you file for request for hearing, and have a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). This hearing is your best chance to be found disabled. That is why Perry Law Office takes the time to meet with you IN PERSON at your initial consultation and again prior to the hearing if one is necessary so we can better know you and your disabilities. It is important for us to understand how your health issues keep you from working. It is also important for you to get to know and trust us.


You will not meet us for the first time at your hearing! Your Fort Wayne Disability attorney will stand by your side and help you prove to Social Security you are disabled.


Your Fort Wayne disability lawyer at Perry Law Office P.C. will help you file your appeal for Reconsideration and your Request for Hearing. Once you receive a denial, the clock starts ticking and you only have sixty (60) days to appeal. Do NOT miss a deadline, call Perry Law Office in Fort Wayne as soon as you receive a denial to discuss your options and avoid missing a deadline. Missing a deadline could mean you miss out on the benefits that you deserve.


Our helpful and compassionate attorneys and staff want to help you. We understand that becoming disabled and then being denied benefits by Social Security can be scary and frustrating. We know the Social Security Disability system is not easy to understand. We will help you file your appeals and other necessary paperwork.


Not being able to work because you are suffering from a disabling condition can drastically impact your life. A lack of income can mean losing your home, medical benefits, and livelihood. But there is hope. If your mental or physical condition is so severe that it prevents you from working full time, you may qualify for Social Security Benefits (DIB) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).


Benefits of Hiring Perry Law Office


Local - We are not a national or out of state firm. Our attorneys and staff are in Fort Wayne and able to meet with you in person. We know the local medical providers and Social Security Administration. You will meet with your attorney at the time of hire and again before your hearing.


Convenient Location - We are located on the north side of Fort Wayne, close to I69. Our office is all on the ground level with free parking right outside our entrance.


Experience - We have been helping disabled persons get social security benefits since 1991.


Helping you through the Process - We will file all the paperwork needed for your appeals, update your medical records, get opinions from your treating doctors regarding your health issues, and attend your ALJ hearing with you.


Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hearings:


We contact your doctors, seek out and find the necessary evidence to prove to the Social Security Administration that you are entitled to benefits. Sometimes we can do this without the need for a hearing in front of a social security administrative law judge (ALJ). If a hearing is necessary we will meet with you in person before the hearing. This is something the out of town law firms are often unable to do. Hire a local attorney with an office near you.


Appeals Council Request for Review


In appropriate cases we assist clients who are requesting review of unfavorable ALJ decisions. This includes updating evidence and providing argument on the client's behalf.


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Contact Perry Law Office Today


If you have been denied Social Security benefits or need assistance applying for disability benefits. Contact a Fort Wayne Social Security Disability lawyer at Perry Law office today at (260) 483-3110 for a free disability consultation.

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