Minnesota Social Security Disability Attorney
If you have filed an application for Social Security Disability benefits, or if your initial application has been denied, it is important to contact a Social Security Disability attorney. Our firm can step in and help you no matter what stage you are at in the process. The earlier we become involved, though, the better we can help you.
We Speak the Social Security Administration's Language
At Weinrich Law Office, we pride ourselves on our deep understanding of the application and appeals process. We understand what challenges you might face, and the best way to overcome them. We are prepared to offer legal advice and representation no matter what stage of the process you are finding resistance, from the initial application all the way to the Circuit Court of Appeals.
Through our 30 years of experience, we have gained a vast knowledge and in-depth understanding of the language the SSA looks for in the initial application. In reality, your initial application will be reviewed by an entry-level administrator who will attempt to match the answers on your application to fit the SSA's regulations and manual of injuries and conditions. If the language doesn't exactly match up, your application might be denied.
The greatest benefit that we can offer our clients is that we know exactly what that Social Security Administrator is looking for. We can tailor your application so that it is accurate, it is correct and that it exactly matches up with the SSA's own language and terminology. Trust us to guide you through this process quickly and efficiently.
Both the initial application and the appeals process can take a great deal of time — sometimes months or even years. This can be a time of extreme hardship for you and your family. Your mortgage company and other creditors are likely to move faster than the Social Security System. In most cases you will just have to endure the wait, but sometimes, just sometimes, there are short cuts that can be taken; ways to get your case considered for an early allowance. We take the extra time to look at your case and decide if there is evidence that might convince the SSA to take an early look at your case to see if benefits can be granted without a hearing.
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Why Should I Hire an Attorney?
Many people wonder if there is a real benefit in having the help of a lawyer throughout this process. The application appears straightforward, and the paperwork does not seem complicated. But again, the SSDI filing procedure is deceptively simple — but it helps to know what the SSA will be looking for in considering your application, and one mistake can be the difference between an early allowance and a denial that can result in years of delay. When you have our firm working with you from the start we can make an early in-depth assessment of what it will take to prove your case, and ensure all paperwork is filled out properly, and filed on time.
Weinrich Law Office has nearly 30 years of experience working with the Social Security Administration. We understand the types of things they are looking for, and we understand the types of things that will get an application denied. Our clients trust us to ensure that the process continues to move forward. If you are denied at one stage, we can educate and represent you at the next stage, all the way to federal court. Not all Social Security "Advocates" you see advertising on TV or in print can help you at every stage of the process, and not many other firms can offer the same level of experience or dedication to seeing this type of case through to a successful conclusion.
Contact Our Firm
If you have questions regarding Social Security Disability, schedule a consultation with Gerry by calling 507-216-0217 or complete the e-mail form located on this website.