If you have been denied the Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits that you need, you should seek an experienced attorney to provide you with effective representation. At Cutter Hall Karlock LLC, we have more than 60 years of combined experience dealing with disability benefits claims. Our lawyers will work diligently on your behalf to help secure the benefits you deserve.
The process of obtaining SSD benefits is complicated. Adults and children alike must meet a number of confusing requirements to qualify. Primarily, you must provide medical documentation that shows you have a qualifying condition. An experienced attorney can help you determine whether you are eligible for SSD benefits, and can advocate for you through the legal system to give you the best chance at a positive outcome.
If your condition does not satisfy the specific requirements of the Social Security Administration’s listings of medical impairments, you can still qualify for benefits. Namely, if you can show that you are unable to perform the duties of your past jobs and that you are unable to perform other work, you will still be eligible. We will work closely with you, guiding you throughout the entire process and keeping you informed at all times of your best options.
It is not uncommon for an SSD claim to be denied after the initial application. With this in mind, our lawyers provide comprehensive representation in the SSD appeals process, handling appeals all the way to federal court if necessary.
One of the misconceptions about SSD benefits is that you can receive partial disability benefits. This is not true, much like the belief that temporary medical conditions can meet the requirements. At Cutter Hall Karlock LLC, our attorneys can help you cut straight to the truth and secure the benefits you need, from now through retirement.
If you are in need of trustworthy and experienced Social Security Disability Benefits attorneys in Columbus, Ohio, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We also proudly serve the neighboring areas of Delaware, Newark, and Lancaster, Ohio.