Social Security Disability
Do You Need Help with Social Security Law?
If you’re struggling with navigating the complex and often confusing world of social security law, you’re not alone. At the Law Office of Joseph Pluta, we understand the emotional and financial stress that can come with dealing with social security issues. Our experienced attorneys are here to guide you through the process, providing empathy and support every step of the way. Let us help you find the relief and security you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a consultation
Features & Benefits
Our attorney’s have in-depth knowledge of Social Security law.
No upfront fees or expenses
We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you won’t have to pay anything upfront, unless we win your case.
Personalized attention and support throughout the entire process.
How we can help you!
When it comes to social security law, many clients face common problems such as long wait times, confusing paperwork, and denials of benefits. At the Law Office of Joseph Pluta, our experienced attorneys can help you navigate these challenges and avoid costly mistakes. We can also help you gather the necessary documentation, complete paperwork accurately and on time, and appeal denials of benefits. Let us help you find the relief and security you deserve.
What our clients say about our service!
Joe Pluta and his team have been wonderful workers’ compensation attorneys to work with. I have been pleased to work with them for quite a while now and their kindness, patience, and knowledge shows in every interaction.
Joseph Pluta and his team, especially Sandy, have been very supportive during my time as a client. All my appointments and everything that comes with a work comp case were very smooth. All my questions and concerns were regarded and met with quick resolve.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve gathered the most frequently asked questions from customers and answered them here!
What is Social Security Disability, and do I qualify for it?
Social Security Disability (SSD) is a federal program designed to provide financial assistance to individuals who are unable to work due to a disability. To qualify for SSD benefits, you must have a medical condition that prevents you from performing substantial gainful activity, and the condition must be expected to last for at least 12 months or result in death.
What types of disabilities are covered by SSD benefits?
SSD benefits cover a wide range of physical and mental disabilities, including but not limited to, musculoskeletal disorders, cardiovascular conditions, neurological disorders, immune system disorders, mental disorders, and various other impairments that prevent you from working.
How long does it take to get approved for SSD benefits, and what is the process like?
The process of applying for SSD benefits can be complex and lengthy. It may take several months to a year or more to get approved for benefits. The process involves completing an application, submitting medical documentation to support your claim, and potentially attending a hearing before an administrative law judge.
Can I work and receive SSD benefits at the same time?
Yes, it is possible to work and receive SSD benefits, but there are certain limitations on the amount of income you can earn.
Can I appeal a denial of SSD benefits?
Yes, if your initial application for SSD benefits is denied, you have the right to appeal the decision. The appeals process includes several levels of review, including a hearing before an administrative law judge.
How can the Law Office of Joseph Pluta Office help me with my SSD benefits claim?
The Law Office of Joseph Pluta has extensive experience helping clients navigate the complex process of applying for and receiving SSD benefits. Our team of attorneys can assist with every step of the process, from completing the initial application to representing you at a hearing before an administrative law judge. We can also help you appeal a denial of benefits and work to ensure that you receive the maximum benefits that may be available to you.