Hartford Social Security Disability Lawyer

About Social Security Disability

Millions of people file for Social Security benefits every year because they are disabled and unable to work for at least 12 months. So many more do not even bother to apply due to misunderstandings about whether or not they qualify, as well as the insurance and benefits available to them. As a U.S. citizen you have worked and paid taxes, meaning you have earned the right to these benefits.

Every year about 65% of all initial Social Security disability claims are rejected nationwide. Of those rejected, over a million applicants do not bother to appeal the decision because of confusion and/or frustration about the process. The Social Security website does not make it easier for them. It has a language all its own, and indeed the entire process can be very complicated and difficult for those that are simply requesting benefits to which they are entitled. If you believe you may be eligible to make a Social Security disability claim, you are urged to contact a Hartford employment law attorney as soon as possible to get the answers you need about the claims process.

Get the Social Security Disability Benefits You Deserve

At Cicchiello & Cicchiello, we understand the difficulties you face in trying to receive Social Security disability benefits. We have a long track record of successfully aiding clients in obtaining the maximum benefits possible from their claims. We have the expertise and experience to help you formulate the best strategy for your individual circumstances during this stressful time. Our team will pursue your claim aggressively and efficiently, maximizing and maintaining the benefits you are entitled to. Call us today for a free consultation, and one of our partners would be happy to discuss the claims process with you personally.

Contact a Hartford Social Security Disability attorney at the firm if you are filing for Social Security Disability and need effective help with you claim.

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