Navigating The Social Security Disability Claims Process

Following a serious injury, you may be considering filing a Social Security Disability claim. While the process is designed to be straightforward, many individuals have questions or concerns about it. An experienced attorney can guide you through the process of obtaining Social Security Disability benefits, while minimizing your risk of a claims denial and other unwanted scenarios.

The lawyers at Dubin & Balistreri, Ltd., have been assisting individuals in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin with Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and workers' compensation claims for over 50 years. We know the process well, and we will work to minimize your stress and time lost due to denied claims.

Am I Eligible? What's The Process?

To be eligible to receive SSDI benefits, you must have a qualifying injury. Typically, this means that you've incurred a serious injury that is rendering you unable to work or you have a serious mental or physical impairment.

In addition, you must have been participating in the insurance program and have worked for a significant amount of time.

My Claim Was Denied. What Now?

Many initial claims are denied — in fact, over 50 percent. For many, however, this isn't the end of the line. Our attorneys have significant experience with reconsideration, as well as with hearings and appeals. If your claim has been denied, we can evaluate your case and work to help you get the benefits you need.

The Process Is Complicated. We Can Help.

The earlier we partner with clients in SSDI cases, the better, as we can work to reduce the chances of an initial denial.

To schedule a consultation with our attorneys, contact us or call our Milwaukee, Wisconsin, office at 414-219-0921.