Social Security Disability Law Firm in Pennsylvania Focused On Results
Scranton SSD attorneys at O'Malley & Langan have a strong track record of success
Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) benefits can be a lifeline for many injured workers in Pennsylvania. This money enables families to pay their bills and remain financially stable. The same applies for people who meet the requirements for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), another government program created to help disabled Americans. But getting these benefits can be a complicated process. O’Malley & Langan can help.
How can I qualify for Social Security Disability benefits?
You may be eligible to receive SSD benefits if you have worked in certain jobs and have a disability or illness that prevents you from doing the work you did before. This federal program provides benefits for people who have become too disabled to work or who have a long-term injury.
(Learn more about this topic on our webpage entitled, “Who is eligible for Social Security Disability benefits?”)
Do I need a Social Security Disability lawyer?
Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can be a frustrating process, because many applications for SSD benefits are denied. The reasons why cover a wide range. What matters most is making sure you receive SSD benefits you rightfully deserve. There are many legal issues that need to be addressed. And if there’s even the slightest error on your application, you will likely get denied. A lawyer can help you navigate the application process.
At O’Malley & Langan, our experienced Social Security Disability attorneys know how the system works and know the type of documentation that is necessary to get claims approved. We get results, which is why so many people throughout northeastern Pennsylvania contact us when they need help pursuing social security benefits or appealing a denied claim.
What health conditions qualify for Social Security Disability?
There is a wide range of medical conditions and mental disorders that qualify for benefits. Qualifying Social Security disability impairments include spinal injuries, migraines, severe anxiety, asthma, degenerative disc disease, depression, multiple sclerosis and schizophrenia. There needs to be a diagnosis from a doctor (or specialists) and other evidence that you suffer from the condition.
Why was my SSDI claim denied?
There are many reasons why a claim can be denied. It is often because of applications that are incomplete or have inaccurate information. For example, an applicant may have failed to provide complete medical records or work details. Reported income may not match W-2 tax forms. Or information about employment was incorrect.
Straight talk from a Scranton Social Security Disability attorney you can trust
O'Malley & Langan’s accomplished attorneys have successfully handled thousands of Social Security Disability cases in Pennsylvania. The process of applying for benefits can be long and frustrating. In some cases, it can take over 2 years to receive benefits! But we never give up. We never stop fighting for our clients’ rights!
If you received a denial letter, we can guide you through the appeals process and represent you at every court hearing. We review the denial of your SSI application and gather independent medical reports and other evidence that can support your claim.
Don’t take chances. Take action. Contact us. We represent people throughout Pennsylvania, from Lackawanna, Luzerne, Bradford and Schuykill counties to Lehigh, Monroe, Wyoming and Wayne counties. Our offices are in Scranton, Pittston and Towanda.
Decide if we’re the right Pennsylvania law firm for you. Contact us today
When you contact us, you’ll notice the difference right away. O’Malley & Langan is not like other law firms. We take the time to learn about your Social Security disability denial. We listen. We’ll then work with you to build a strong legal strategy based on your unique needs.
“Your case is bigger than us,” attorney Todd J. O’Malley said. “When we take a stand against injustice, we’re fighting for the rights of every hard-working American who plays by rules.” Expect more. Call (866) 326-0100 and schedule a free case evaluation today. Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We proudly serve clients in Lackawanna County, Luzerne County, Bradford County and throughout Pennsylvania.