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Social Security Disability

Need Help Appealing a Social Security Disability Denial?

Contact the Law Office of Patrick E. O'Neill, PSC Today

If you’ve filed for Social Security disability and were denied, don’t lose hope. The Law Office Of Patrick E. O’Neill, PSC offers effective representation for clients who need disability benefits. Attorney O’Neill will appeal your denial and help you document your medical expenses. He will even go to trial for you if necessary.

Schedule your free consultation at the Law Office Of Patrick E. O’Neill, PSC today for more information about Social Security disability assistance.

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3 Things to Know About Social Security Disability

Do you need to file for Social Security disability? Here are a few things to keep in mind before you start the process:

  1. Qualifying for Social Security disability isn’t easy. You must be able to prove that your disability prevents you from working and will last at least a year or result in your death.

  2. How much you receive in benefits depends on your work history. The longer you’ve worked, the more you can collect.

  3. There are two aspects of Social Security disability law. Attorney O’Neill will help you file for either Social Security disability or supplemental security income, depending on your needs and situation.

Learn more about this process by contacting an experienced disability lawyer at (606) 268-4812 today.

EXPERIENCED SSD LAWYERS

You can depend on us for legal help when Social Security Disability (SSD) or SSI Benefit claims are denied. We offer one-on-one compassionate client services. Our team will work to evaluate your situation and create a strategic plan for your case.

20 Years Of Helping People With Disabilities Fight For Benefits

The Law Office of Patrick E O'Neill, PSC, can help fight denied Social Security benefits. Attorney Patrick E O'Neill has proven experience working with clients who are unable to work because of mental and physical disabilities. No matter how your disability came about — through an injury, illness or chronic condition — we can help you gain access to the benefits you are eligible for.

Kentucky Residents Should Not Be Denied Their Rightful Benefits

We have years of knowledge helping clients receive their correct Social Security Disability benefits. You may not know you qualify for medical disability benefits for issues from birth, accidents or disease. You may have been denied your claim twice already. No matter the situation, we will work to bring your application before Kentucky Social Security administration. We can also help you with retirement, survivors', disabled widow or disabled surviving divorced spouse benefits.

Our team has experience bringing challenging claims to the Kentucky Appeals Court. You can count on us to evaluate your situation and provide an honest outlook on your case. We can fight for your denied Social Security Disability or SSI claims at hearings and in appellant court.

How To Prepare For Your Denied Social Security Benefits Claim

We will prepare you for your disability appeal case and guide the process forward. Together we will gather the appropriate records and present them before the right officials, administrative hearings and courts. Our team can help fill out forms documenting your physical or mental disabilities. Let us take stress from you as you concentrate on coping with disability-related challenges. We pledge to explain clearly the necessary processes to move your Social Security case forward as efficiently as we can.

No Kentucky Client Too Far, No Case Too Complicated

We offer consultations for Social Security Disability claims at no charge. We serve eastern Kentucky, including Jackson and surrounding areas — and we will drive to you. Do not struggle with your denied claims alone. Our team will fight for your right to proper Social Security benefits.

Contact an experienced local Social Security Disability lawyer for your legal needs. Call today at 606-268-4812 or use our online form for a free consultation on your case.