SSD Appeals

Social Security Disability Appeals in West Virginia

Ask Our Charleston-Area Lawyer About Appealing an SSD Denial

Because of the large number of SSD claims that come in every year, many first-time claims end up in denial. This is the case, even though many of the claims have legitimacy and are necessary for the survival of disabled people. When this happens, the experienced lawyer at Zerbe & Pence, PLLC, can take a look at the claim and determine whether it is worth an appeal. Disabled individuals have a number of options for appeals after an SSD denial.

Legal Assistance and Appeal Options After Social Security Claim Denial

The first option happens automatically, which is a reconsideration from another employee at the Social Security Administration. Other options include a hearing or a case in front of an appeals council. Regardless of the option you choose, make sure attorney David Pence is on your side for the long run. With over 15 years of experience with SSD appeals, our lawyer knows the law and gives honest evaluations on the likelihood of an appeal’s success. To find out more, give our law office a call today. Reach Zerbe & Pence, PLLC, by phone at (304) 345-2728 or contact us online for more information.

What Happens with a Social Security Disability Appeal?

When receiving an SSD denial, talk to Zerbe & Pence, PLLC, to determine whether the appeal process is worth an attempt. It is important to realize that we have our clients’ best interests in mind, and do not take cases we do not believe we can win. If we do take a case and do not win the appeal, our clients do not have to pay lawyer fees. When we determine an appeal is worth pursuing, we discuss a strategy for the next step, and thoroughly examine medical records to prove necessity for SSD.

Help for Disability Claimants Throughout the Region

We also can set up examinations from physicians to back up your claim. Attorney Pence makes sure his clients have adequate preparation for questioning during a hearing or in front of the appeals council. Residents of West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky with disabilities rely on SSD for their livelihood, which is why it is important to trust the experience of Zerbe & Pence, PLLC. Call today to get started on the appeal process after a Social Security Disability denial.