Pennsylvania Legal Help with Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Claims

Pile Law Firm represents individuals throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, other parts of the state, and New Jersey who seek Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Attorney E. Nego Pile and his team handle cases from initial application to the appeal and hearing process, during which Nego guides clients every step of the way.

All services are provided on a contingency basis. This means Nego accepts no attorney fees for his legal services unless his clients actually receive their disability benefits.

Nego recognizes that traveling to his office is difficult for some clients, so he can begin work on their cases following a telephone conference, with the paperwork being exchanged afterward. In special circumstances, he’s available to make home visits, if necessary.

If you’re anxious to file an initial application or if you’ve been denied SSD or SSI benefits, contact Pile Law Firm now. Nego will act quickly and work diligently to get you the financial support and care you deserve.

The application process for benefits is complicated. After your SSD or SSI application is filed, your benefit claim will be evaluated by a disability adjudicator – and most likely denied. Having an experienced lawyer like Nego prepare your application significantly elevates your chances of getting your disability benefits awarded at the very first stage of the process.

If your claim is denied, don’t get frustrated and give up. Many valid claims are denied at first. The reasons for this are many and often have nothing to do with the merits of your case. Just remember that you or your representative must file an appeal within 60 days after your claim’s denial, otherwise your case will be closed.

If you have to appeal at a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge, thorough preparation is the key to your case’s success. Hearing office judges are very knowledgeable, fair and well prepared themselves. If your medical or mental health condition leaves you unable to perform basic work activities, there’s a good chance we’ll be able to win a favorable decision and recover both monthly cash benefits for you as well as a lump sum check for past due benefits owed.

The Social Security judge listening to your case will have a very clear idea of the type of evidence he or she needs to see before approving your case. Nego’s job, as your attorney, is to identify what medical and vocational evidence will be necessary to win your case …and present that evidence clearly, concisely, and compellingly to the judge.

For more information on Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income, please feel free to contact Pile Law Firm any time to schedule a free consultation.