Why you need an Attorney for your Social Security Disability Appeal

I was recently a guest on ABC 27 in Harrisburg on Good Day PA to discuss Social Security Disability.  Specifically, I discussed with Amy Kehm, the host of Good Day PA, why applicants for Social Security Disability benefits who have been denied benefits, needs experienced attorney to represent them before the Social Security Administrative Law Judge.

Contrary to popular opinion, winning Social Security Disability cases is no east task.  Pressure is on Social Security ALJs to deny benefits.  You can check out Harrisburg Judge ratings on approving benefits here.  It is not easy.  However, you stand a much better chance of winning benefits with an experienced Social Security Disability Attorney that understands the arguments, your work history, your medical conditions, and what the ALJs are looking for inorder to grant benefits.  It is also critical to address potential weaknesses in your case or medical records and handle them in a manner that can still win you benefits. Social Security Disability is a different process than most areas of law.  You have one shot before an ALJ to make your case for Disability.

Mooney & Associates has 14 offices spread throughout Central and South Central Pennsylvania.  If you have been denied social security disability benefits, you can meet a Social Security Disability attorney at the closest office near you.

Social Security Disability Attorney

Our Social Security Disabilities enjoy success winning out clients benefits.

I represent individuals who have been denied social security disability benefits throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland.  With our new Greencastle office, which is located at 145 East Baltimore Street, we can also meet individuals who have been denied benefits in Hagerstown, Maryland and surrounding areas.   If you have been denied Social Security Disability benefits and would like a FREE consultation, simply give us a call at 717-200-HURT or toll-free at 1-877-632-4656.  Otherwise, you can contact me right here on this Blog.