If you are an Arizona worker who has become unable to work due to blindness, illness or another disabling condition, the Law Office of Paul. J. Dombeck may be able to assist you in getting some financial relief through the Social Security program. Social Security Disability benefits are paid through two different systems, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Both programs are administered by the federal government and provide supplemental income to workers who have become physically unable to stay employed. The Arizona Social Security disability attorneys in our office have extensive experience in assisting clients apply for and obtain SSDI and SSI payments, and can help you through the often intimidating process.
Applying for disability benefits can seem like an uphill battle for unrepresented claimants. In fact, the majority of unrepresented claimants will be denied benefits, and likely will never fully understand why. What most unrepresented claimants don’t know is that they have the right to have their case heard at a Federal Administrative Hearing, where medical and vocational evidence and testimony can be presented. Our attorneys have experience representing workers at such hearings, and can help you to get a full and fair hearing of your case. We offer attractive contingency fee arrangements with clients, meaning that absolutely no fees are owed up-front, and you only pay if we are successful in winning your case.
Even before an administrative hearing becomes necessary, it is never too early to obtain legal representation for your SSDI claim. The Law Office of Paul J. Dombeck can review your file and help you determine your eligibility for SSDI or SSI. Our attorneys want to take an active role in building your case, helping you to obtain benefits as early and as quickly as possible. We can assist you in presenting a strong initial application, and can represent you at the “reconsideration” stage, which is a preliminary appeals process that must occur prior to a Federal Administrative Hearing.
If you want to determine your eligibility for SSDI or SSI benefits or if your claim has been denied or delayed, the Law Office of Paul J. Dombeck can help you get the relief you need. Contact us online or call our office at 602-648-2035 for your free initial consultation today.