Social Security Law Tulsa
Since 1990, Social Security Law Center has helped hundreds of individuals like you get the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. We know the exact process and rules the Social Security Administration uses to establish eligibility for both SSDI and SSI programs. So, if your claim gets denied and you are eligible for SSI or SSDI benefits, we can help with the appeal process, and in the end, you will receive the benefits you rightfully deserve.
Our experienced disability lawyers will meet you personally to review your case, prepare your claim paperwork, and get it filed on time. If you are handling the appeals process, we will help you prepare for the claim hearing. Indeed, we will accompany you during the hearing session and provide the Administrative Law Judge with the information required to prove your eligibility for SSI or SSDI benefits.
Experienced Social Security Lawyers
Suppose your SSI or SSDI application gets denied by the Social Security Administration (SSA). In that case, we have extensive experience helping people file their request for reconsideration, and request a hearing before the Administrative Law Judge. If necessary we can assist you in filing a District Court claim or Tenth Circuit claim if the Judge denies your disability claim. However, most importantly, we want to be sure that each applicant receives the benefits they need. That’s why our practice has been preparing hundreds of successful applications for SSI and SSDI benefits every year.
At Social Security Law Center, we understand how frustrating it is when your application for SSI or SSDI benefits is denied. Even though this decision may seem unfair, it does not mean that you cannot win the case. In fact, there are several things you can do in to improve your chances of winning. First, make sure you submit all necessary documents to the Social Security Administration within the deadline. Secondly, prepare and present sufficient evidence to support your claim, including medical records, medical source opinions from your doctor, and statements from friends and family members.
While you can handle this process on your own, one way to reduce the chances of claim denial is to avoid all fact-related and language-related mistakes that lead to most claim denials. Your lawyer will help ensure that your documents are carefully and professionally crafted. The lawyer will also add the correct information, provide sufficient and relevant evidence, and review the documents just to be sure everything is correct before submission.
Our highly competent and professional social security attorneys are dedicated to reviewing your case and taking all the necessary steps to ensure your claim is approved. When it comes to the appeals process, success isn’t always guaranteed. However, our track record speaks for itself, having won more than 95% of our cases. In addition to assisting clients throughout the entire process – filing any necessary appeals, requesting a hearing, and assisting you during your hearing with testimony and presenting evidence to the Judge at your hearing – we offer free consultations so that we can find out about your SSI or SSDI case and best represent you.