Law Office of Meryl Anne Spat
Telephone 203.805.8256 Fax 888.772.4442
Social Security Disability Insurance SSDI
Do you qualify for an Award of Disability Benefits?
Have you been denied benefits by the Social Security Administration?
If you have not reached retirment age but cannot work, you may have applied for SSI and SSDI, Supplmental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance. If you spplied for Social Disability Insurance Benefits, SSDI, or Supplemental Security Income, SSI benefits, this website is designed to reach you. This website allows you to email questions or call and receive a free consultation. I will answer your questions as fully as possible. My office is located in Waterbury Connecticut and I have represented claimants in multiple states, representing claimants before the Social Security Administration, and fighting and winning disability cases for Social Security claimants for since 1992.
What are your questions? Do you need to know the factors that Social Security considers in determining disability? What conditions are considered disabling? Are you applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) because a physical or is yours a psychiatric or mental condition? Perhaps both? It can be discouraging to apply, furnish everything asked for, only to have your claim denied. Are bill collectors demanding payment? Is there anything you can do about that?
Do not be discouraged by a Social Security Administration ("SSA") denial if you are unable to work due to any physical or mental medical condition. The administrative process can work well, even when SSA initially denies a claim. Such denials by the goverment are not necessarily correct or final. Find out about the practice of social security disability law at www.disabilityappeals.net. Get information about the physical & mental conditions that the Social Security Administration considers disabling, and about the diagnosistic criteria that Social Security Administration uses in determining whether you are disabled.
There is a benefit to have experienced, compassionate counsel. A seasoned attorney who has represented thousands of claimants over a period of 21 years before the Social Security Administration can make the difference in the outcome of your case.
The consultation is free. Contact Attorney Spat. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text/call: 203.805.8256.
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