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Who is Eligible for Social Security Disability?
If you are not able to work as a result of a physical or mental impairment that may last a year or more, or result in death (despite prescribed treatment), you may be eligible for Social Security Disability (DIB or Title 2) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI or Title 16) benefits.
Applying for Benefits
Pursuing Social Security disability benefits can be a daunting process. Many disability applicants mistakenly believe they need to be denied benefits to have the assistance of an attorney. The truth is that an attorney can begin working for you before you even file your claim for benefits.
Andrew O’Shea can help with your initial application and aid you in gathering the necessary medical evidence to successfully pursue your claim.
Andrew V. O’Shea is dedicated to helping Social Security disability claimants pursue their claims through all stages of appeal.
Many legitimate disability claims are denied at the initial application stage. Even if you have lost your first appeal, you still have a chance to win benefits. It pays to have the help and guidance of a disability attorney to help you pursue your claim.
Complete the Social Security Disability contact form and Andrew will call you for a Free Consultation About Your Claim
Social Security Disability Contact Form. Andrew will meet with you and evaluate your claim at no cost to you. The Law Offices of Andrew V. O’Shea will accept your case on a contingency basis, which means that we do not get paid until you get paid.
Call for a Free Consultation About Your Claim
Andrew will meet with you and evaluate your claim at no cost to you. The Law Offices of Andrew V. O’Shea will accept your case on a contingency basis, which means that we do not get paid until you get paid.