The majority of Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims in the United States are initially denied, meaning most claimants will need to attend a hearing – and prevail- in order to receive benefits. Considering what’s on the line, claimants are wise to have representation by their side on that fateful court date.
It’s not just about that court date, though. Representation by an attorney dramatically increases your chance of winning a claim by developing your case prior to the hearing date. This is where familiarity and expertise regarding Social Security rules and regulations are especially valuable, giving you the best chance of winning.
Having spent more than fifty years advocating for clients seeking claims, Dion, Solomon & Shapiro know the ins and outs of Social Security, and are here to apply their expertise to your specific claim and needs.