Claremore Social Security Disability Attorney

Unlocking Your Path to Social Security Disability Benefits in Claremore

Disability Attorneys in Claremore

At Wirth Law Office in Claremore, our dedicated disability attorneys can help you secure the monthly benefits you deserve. If a medical condition has limited your ability to work, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

SSDI provides crucial monthly benefits to individuals who face medical disabilities, impacting their ability to work. If you’re unable to work due to an illness, injury, or complete disability, you may be eligible for these benefits. However, obtaining them can be challenging. At Wirth Law Office in Claremore, our skilled disability attorneys understand the importance of these benefits for you and your loved ones. We also know that an initial denial doesn’t mean the end of the road.

Experienced Claremore Disability Attorneys

If you or a loved one is struggling to secure social security disability benefits, turn to the trusted Claremore disability attorneys at Wirth Law Office. Our experienced team can provide valuable assistance throughout the complex claims process. We have in-depth knowledge of the application process and extensive experience representing clients before administrative law judges (ALJ) in federal court. From gathering necessary medical evidence, including medical records and work history, to guiding you through hearings and appeals, we’re here to support you at every step.

The Social Security Administration (SSA) often denies benefits to first-time applicants and may even terminate existing payments. Statistics demonstrate that having legal representation significantly increases your chances of success. At Wirth Law Office in Claremore, we handle disability claims that have been turned down by individuals without Social Security disability attorneys. The SSA’s role is to represent the system, not you. Our dedicated Claremore disability lawyers are committed to fighting for the Social Security benefits you deserve. With some of the Oklahoma’s most experienced Social Security lawyers on our team, we’re equipped to handle the complexities of your individual Social Security disability claim.

Are you eligible for Social Security disability benefits?

  • You cannot do any type of work for which you are suited because of a medical condition, and
  • Your condition is expected to last for at least one year or is terminal.

Let us review your situation and determine your eligibility. SSD benefits are designed for individuals who have contributed to Social Security through work and have become disabled. To qualify as disabled, you must demonstrate that you’re unable to perform any work suitable for your skills due to a medical condition that is expected to last at least one year or is terminal. If you lack sufficient work history for SSD benefits, you may still be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, offered by the Social Security Administration.

According to the 2021 Annual Statistical Report on the Social Security Disability Insurance Program by the SSA, claimants with representation at their hearing are approved for benefits at a rate of 62%, compared to only 42% for those without representation. This means that having an attorney increases your chances of being approved for benefits by 20 percentage points, resulting in a remarkable 50% increase in your statistical chance of approval.

No Upfront Fee

At Wirth Law Office, our Social Security disability attorneys in Claremore operate on a contingency fee basis, ensuring that you don’t have to pay any upfront fees. We only receive payment if you are awarded benefits, typically a percentage of your retroactive benefits within the limits set by the SSA. This approach makes legal representation affordable for everyone, eliminating financial concerns while providing you with dedicated advocacy for your case.

Time is Not to Waste – Get a Free Consultation Today

Timing is crucial when it comes to your benefits. If your Social Security benefits have been denied, reduced, terminated, or if the SSA has taken any other actions against you, it’s essential to file for “reconsideration” immediately. You have a limited window of 60 days to file an appeal. By appealing within ten days of receiving a disability benefit action, you may continue receiving payments during the appeal process. It’s important to maintain your medical care and keep documentation to support your claim.

Whether you need assistance with your initial application or you’ve been denied SSDI or SSI benefits and need to prepare for reconsideration, our Claremore attorneys are ready to guide you through the complex Social Security disability claims and appeals process. Contact Wirth Law Office at 918-213-0950 for a free case evaluation and let us help you unlock the benefits you deserve.

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