Detailed Guidance For Your Social Security Disability Claim

The Social Security Disability Insurance benefits program is a valuable resource for individuals who suffer from physical or mental health conditions that make it difficult or impossible to continue working. The SSDI program is not a government handout system, but a federally mandated insurance program. Workers pay into the system during their working life and often rely on benefits when a disability impairs their ability to work.

Unfortunately, obtaining benefits can be a difficult process — even for those with a qualifying injury or illness (or combination of conditions). The application forms, requirements and deadlines are demanding. The Social Security Administration denies a strong majority of initial claims. Most individuals need a skilled and experienced Social Security Disability attorney for help navigating the complex SSDI claims and appeals process.

Our Experience Can Be Your Advantage At All Stages Of The SSDI Process

The Law Offices of Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLC, has decades of experience helping clients through the complex system and helping all kinds of people get benefits. If you are overwhelmed with the application process, or have been denied in your initial claim, we will be happy to offer you the focused guidance you need to obtain the benefits you have earned. Contact C & C in Norwich, for a free case evaluation and to work with an attorney prepared to take decisive action for you.

Many people rely on SSDI benefits to cover necessary expenses after suffering a disabling mental or physical health impairment. If you have a qualifying injury or condition that keeps you from earning a living for 12 months or longer (or is expected to last for a year or more), you deserve to work with a dedicated legal team that knows how to obtain results. We have helped countless people in Connecticut obtain SSDI benefits at all stages of the application and appeals process.

We can guide you through every step and champion your right to benefits by:

  • Demonstrating clearly through evidence, medical records and testimony that your ailment qualifies or "meets a listing" and satisfies SSA eligibility requirements
  • Showing that your disability or combination of impairments prevents you from doing the same type of work you have done in the past, as well as other work available to people of your age, education and experience level
  • Ensuring that the paperwork is complete and all SSA deadlines or met

Call For Guidance In Facing The Social Security Administration

Our lawyers and dedicated staff will empathize with your situation and treat you with respect when you contact us for a free consultation to discuss your Social Security disability claim. We collect no fees unless you ultimately succeed in obtaining benefits — and those fees are established and limited by law as a percentage of the compensation you receive. To speak with an experienced SSDI lawyer, call 860-213-8102 or 888-827-6358 toll free. You may also get in touch with the firm through our online contact form.

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