Help For Social Security Disability Claims In Minnesota
When your application for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is finally approved, the sense of relief is tremendous. On the other hand, the feelings of frustration and fear if your application is denied can be overwhelming.
It is very common for first-time applications for Social Security disability insurance or Supplemental Security Income to be denied. Most applicants are more successful at the next stage — known as the reconsideration stage.
For more than 30 years, the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway has helped Minnesotans submit successful applications and appeals for SSDI and SSI benefits. If your Social Security disability application has been denied, contact us for help with your appeal. Our office is located in the eastern suburbs of St. Paul, in Oakdale, Minnesota.
What Happens At The Reconsideration Stage?
The reconsideration is the first stage of appeal if your application for Social Security disability insurance or Supplemental Security Income has been denied. It is extremely important to file your paperwork on time, otherwise you may encounter serious problems.
Our attorneys can help you complete the paperwork needed to request a reconsideration. After the paperwork is filed, your claim will be reviewed by a person who did not take part in making the original decision. You may be asked to participate in a medical examination or provide additional medical records. You may also be asked to attend an administrative hearing where a representative of the Social Security Administration will ask questions about your disability.
The lawyers at the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway will help you submit the relevant medical records and attend any hearings with you. If your reconsideration request is denied, we’re with you every step of the way.
We Do Not Get Paid Unless We Win Your Case
Hiring a lawyer to help you with your Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income case will never cost you any money up front. In fact, our attorney fees are based on a percentage of any lump-sum payment of benefits you eventually receive. In addition, our fees must be approved by the federal government and will never affect the monthly benefit amount to which you are entitled.