Harrisburg Social Security Disability Lawyers With a Difference

 

Approximately 70% of SSI and SSDI claims are rejected on their initial application. Navigating Social Security laws and presenting the proper paperwork is not an easy task. If you have been denied your benefits, or want legal help to reduce the likelihood of being denied the first time, contact Perry & Baumbach, P.C. We are experienced Social Security Disability lawyers in Harrisburg, PA who will help guide you through the process of submitting a claim with the proper medical and legal documentation required for success.

SSI and SSDI — Who Qualifies?

Determining whether or not you are a candidate for SSI or SSDI is the first step to filing a successful application. If you have a physical or mental disability that prevents you from working for more than a year, you may qualify. Eligibility for SSDI is determined on a credit system, and the amount of credits varies according to a number of factors.

If you have never been able to work or have not earned enough credits, you may still be able to apply for benefits under the SSI program. However, SSI is a needs-case program, and you also have to meet certain financial criteria. In certain instances, children may qualify for SSI as well.

How a Harrisburg Social Security Disability Lawyer Can Help You

Determining which program you are potentially eligible for is the first step to receiving benefits. Harrisburg, PA Social Security Disability law firm Perry & Baumbach, P.C., will assess your work and medical history, and help guide you through SSI or SSDI regulations. Whether you are applying for the first time or trying to appeal a previous denial, working with an experienced law firm can help you keep track of every detail.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

The rules and regulations surrounding Social Security benefits can be extremely complicated, even to legal experts. For years, Judson B. Perry and Queena S. Baumbach have been helping Harrisburg residents get the benefits they deserve.

If you are unable to work for a medical reason, we will explain your options to you in terms you can understand. Consultations are always free, and we never charge a fee unless your case is resolved in your favor.