Social Security Disability Information
- Over 30 Years of Experience in Social Security Disability
- No Fee Unless We Obtain Benefits for You
Fisher & Fisher Law Offices has obtained social security disability benefits for our clients throughout Monroe, Wayne, Carbon, Pike, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties, for over thirty (30) years. An injured or disabled person who has lost wages may be entitled to social security disability benefits. If you, or a friend or member of your family, have stopped working as a result of an injury or disability, Fisher & Fisher Law Offices may be able to help you obtain the benefits that you deserve.
Our attorneys and staff can answer your questions regarding social security disability, and assist you in completing the necessary forms and paperwork to submit your claim. If you have already applied for social security disability benefits and have been turned down, Fisher & Fisher Law Offices can help you with your appeal. If you have, in fact, been turned down for social security benefits, please contact us immediately, as there is a limited time in which you may appeal.
- The attorneys and staff at Fisher & Fisher Law Offices can assist you with your social security disability appeal by preparing and filing the necessary forms, documents and paperwork to properly start the appeal process.
- After your appeal has been filed, we will ensure that the medical records for your ongoing treatment are forwarded to the case examiner and/or administrative law judge for review.
- We may also obtain additional expert reports or opinions from your medical providers to support your claim.
- Additionally, we will prepare you for potentially testifying before a case examiner and/or administrative law judge at your social security disability hearing.
The experienced attorneys at Fisher & Fisher Law Offices have been successful in obtaining social security benefits for numerous clients over the last thirty (30) years.
We would like to provide you with some general advice regarding social security disability:
- If you are unable to work due to an injury or disability, you should pursue your social security disability claim as soon as possible. The social security disability process can take a long time from beginning to end. As a result, it is in your best interest to begin the process immediately. All appeals for social security disability benefits must be filed within sixty (60) days of the date of the last denial.
- You should continue with your regular ongoing medical treatment and/or therapy. When the administrative law judge or case examiner reviews your file, which will include your past medical records, the judge or examiner will need to confirm that you are currently disabled and entitled to benefits. Additionally, large gaps in medical treatment may mistakenly suggest that your symptoms, ailments and limitations may not exist or do not exist to the level that you are claiming. Also, your attorney may request an expert opinion from your medical provider to support your claim. If the medical provider has not recently treated you, it will be difficult for the expert to prepare the requested opinion.
- You should engage Fisher & Fisher Law Offices to assist you with your social security disability appeal. The paperwork and documentation required to properly file a social security disability claim can be lengthy and complicated. The attorneys and staff at Fisher & Fisher Law Offices can help you properly complete and timely file your appeal.
Contact Fisher & Fisher Law Offices today for your free consultation regarding social security disability benefits.