If you are interested in filing for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits please call Robert D. Paulbeck, Attorney at Law first to see if you have a good chance of getting benefits. If your Social Security Disability claim was denied, understandably you may feel defeated. However, this is not the time to stop pursuing the disability benefits you need. You have a right to request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). It can take a long time to get a hearing, but it's worth the wait. People often have a better chance of securing the benefits they need at an ALJ hearing than at any other step in the process.
Offering the Experience You Need to Secure the Benefits You Need
At the law offices of Robert D. Paulbeck, we understand what you are up against while waiting for the benefits you need to make ends meet. Our SSD appeal attorney Robert D. Paulbeck has more than 25 years of experience fighting back against denied claims in southeast Michigan. He knows how to prepare your claim with any new medical evidence to accurately illustrate your medical condition. You have a better chance to secure the benefits you need with his experience on your side.
When you select our disability law firm, we will guide you through every step involved in securing the benefits you are entitled to. Disability lawyer Robert Paulbeck will help prepare you for the administrative law hearing so you are fully aware of the type of questions the judge may ask you. Contact our firm in Trenton, Michigan, to learn more about our hands-on approach.
Positioning You for Favorable Results in an Administrative Law Hearing
Before your hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge, we will review the evidence submitted for your initial request for Social Security Disability benefits. Attorney Robert Paulbeck will work with your doctor to understand if any new information could be submitted to further explain your medical condition.
During the hearing, the Administrative Law Judge will have an opportunity to explain any issues in your case. The Administrative Law Judge may also question you about your medical condition or inability to work. Mr. Paulbeck has extensive experience handling administrative law hearings and knows how to anticipate the type of questions you may be asked.
Any witnesses such as your doctor or a vocational expert could be asked to testify. This can be a valuable opportunity to further substantiate your need for disability benefits. After reviewing all the evidence, an Administrative Law Judge will issue a written decision. We understand the time delay in securing the benefits you need can be overwhelming. We are committed to keeping you fully aware of any updates as soon as we hear something.
Contact an Experienced Monroe County SSD Appeal Attorney
Securing disability benefits can be a long road. We cannot make miracles happen but we can make sure your rights are not overlooked. Our legal team will make your case a priority, while helping you navigate through the Social Security Administration's procedures as smoothly as possible. Contact our disability law firm today to learn how we can protect your rights during a free initial consultation.