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Rochester Social Security Disability Lawyer

Need legal help for a SSD or SSI claim? Call my firm today.

When a person is unable to work due to temporary or permanent disability, whether physical, emotional or psychological, benefits can be sought from the Social Security Administration. Working people pay into the plan throughout their working lives, and probably never considered that benefits would be needed. Once the situation arises, it can be extremely confusing, as well as frustrating, to get the benefits you expected.

A large majority of claims are denied, often through a failure to correctly submit information to the agency. The agency requires accurate, full supporting documentation of your disability, with all the i's dotted and the t's crossed. Any minor error can mean a denial. If you have tried to get benefits on your own, you may have experienced the frustration of being denied. If so, I can help. You have recourse if you were denied, and I know how the process works, and how to get results. If you are applying for Social Security, contact my firm for help. The process could be much faster, and get the results you need so you can move forward with your life with this matter resolved.

My firm, Attorney Mark J. Palmiere, Attorneys at Law, represents people seeking benefits for SSD or SSI. When a physical condition is expected to last a year or longer, you become eligible for benefits - if it is fully established that your condition will not allow you to work. The same is true for terminal illnesses. There is a list of the types of impairments that are accepted by the agency. There are also earning requirements that could impact your case. You deserve to get every cent you can, and my job is to advocate for you. The number of years you worked also impacts the outcome of your case, as there are requirements to qualify. I can explain the process to you and review your case. I understand the details, from the application process to appeals. Contact us today for more information.

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