Pennsylvania Disability Lawyers


In Pennsylvania, approximately 70% of initial applications for Social Security Disability coverage are rejected. Perry & Baumbach, P.C., Social Security lawyers in Harrisburg, PA, will fight to get you the coverage you need.

Do You Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?

There are a number of reasons for receiving Social Security Disability benefits. In fact, it is largely the confusion surrounding eligibility that accounts for why so many claims are initially rejected. If any of the following are true, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits:

  • • You have a physical disability that prevents you from working full-time.
  • • You have a mental disorder or psychiatric condition that prevents you from working full-time.
  • • You have a physical or mental condition that has lasted or is expected to last more than one year.
  • • You have a life-threatening illness.

If any of these are the case, contact Perry & Baumbach, P.C., today. During your free consultation with our Harrisburg Social Security lawyers, we will assess the specifics of your case and help you determine the best course of action.

Have You Been Denied Coverage?

If you have had a Social Security Disability claim rejected, you may still be able to qualify for benefits through an appeal process. Perry & Baumbach, P.C., will gather the necessary evidence for your appeal. We will gather the medical and legal documents that will lend support to your case, and prepare a thorough appeal to present before a judge.

While a lawyer is not required for preparing an appeal, the laws behind Social Security Disability claims are complex enough that many who attempt to represent themselves do not get the results they desire. A qualified Pennsylvania Social Security lawyer who knows federal regulations can help ensure your claim gets processed correctly.

Contact Perry & Baumbach, P.C., Today!

Applying for Social Security Disability coverage can be a lengthy process. Get started by calling Perry & Baumbach, P.C., today. Initial consultations are always free, and we do not charge anything for our services unless you win your case and receive the results you deserve. We advance costs for Social Security cases.