Schuylkill County SSD & SSI Appeal Lawyer
Trusted Legal Team in Pennsylvania
Our Pottsville social security disability lawyers will assist you with an appeal of a denial of social security disability income or a denial of supplemental security income. We can also assist you if your social security benefits are being reviewed. When you or your medical professionals believe you are unable to work for over a year, you should contact our Schuylkill County attorneys before you apply for social security benefits or submit a claim form online. Some long term disability insurance policies provided through work, whether you paid for the long term disability coverage or not, may mandate that you apply for Social Security Disability.
The Application Process
Once you submit your application for disability benefits, your medical evidence will be reviewed by the social security administration and then a decision will be rendered. If you receive a partially favorable or an unfavorable decision – in other words, if you are denied, you have 60 days to appeal. A social security disability denial must be filed within this time. You should contact the firm’s Pottsville Social Security Disability Lawyers as soon as possible to meet with you to review your social security disability claim. We can help.
Case Reviews – What to Expect
Our Schuylkill county social security lawyers will submit medical evidence and argue for your disability rating based upon your age, work experience, and medical condition. If you are granted benefits, your benefits should continue as long as you are disabled.
However, your benefits may be periodically reviewed by the SSA to see if you are still disabled. For example, if your medical improvement is "expected," your case will normally be reviewed within six to 18 months after your benefits start. If your medical improvement is “possible," your case will normally be reviewed no sooner than three years, but if your medical improvement is "not expected," your case will normally be reviewed no sooner than seven years.
If you have been granted social security disability, your disability benefits will stop if your medical condition has improved to the point that you are no longer disabled, or you work at a level considered "substantial" which is currently earning over $1,129/month.
Contact us today to learn more from our Social Security Disability benefits attorneys.
How We Can Help
Our Schuylkill County lawyers handle social security disability appeal hearings in Wilkes-Barre, Pottsville, Selinsgrove, Bloomsburg, Lebanon, and Reading. We have also handled video hearings in the Pottsville location. When you receive your letter from the Social Security Administration advising you that your appeal was filed and you have the opportunity to waive the right to a video hearing, you should contact the Social Security Disability Lawyers at the Law Offices of Anthony Urban, P.C..
Call (888) 268-0023now to schedule an appointment with our Schuylkill County SSD lawyers.