At Keller & Keller, our robust Social Security disability team offers a full-service practice working with our clients at every level of the Social Security disability process. Providing client representation through the entire disability process is our pledge. This means we are there for our clients from the first filing, in front of the Administrative Law Judges, at the Federal Court hearing, and even at the federal appellate level if necessary.
Contact Keller & Keller: If you need assistance with your SSDI application, the first step is to reach out to Keller & Keller. You can do this by visiting our website, calling our office, or filling out the form on this web site.
Please review our six (6) steps below.
- Initial Consultation. We offer an initial consultation to discuss your case. This is an opportunity for you to explain your medical condition, work history, and other relevant information. We will assess your case and determine if you have a strong claim for SSDI benefits.
- Assistance with the Application. If we believe you have a valid claim, Keller & Keller will help you with the SSDI application process. This includes gathering the necessary documentation, filling out the application forms, and ensuring all information is accurate and complete. Their team will work with you to create a strong application.
- Filing your Application. Once the application is ready, our firm will submit it on your behalf. They will ensure that it is filed correctly and that all supporting documentation is included. This step is crucial to the success of your application.
- Continued Support. Throughout the application process, Keller & Keller will provide ongoing support and guidance. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact them for assistance.
- If You Get Denied. While Keller & Keller is committed to helping you apply for SSDI successfully, it's important to note that not all initial applications are approved. If your application is denied, the firm will help you through the appeals process.
- Secure Legal Assistance. Having legal assistance from the beginning can increase your chances of a successful SSDI application. It's important to work closely with professionals like Keller & Keller who specialize in this area and have experience navigating the complex requirements of the Social Security disability program.
There are several factors to consider when hiring a law firm to help you obtain disability benefits, but it's our belief the most important of these is whether or not your attorney maintains a specific focus in this area of law and is able to offer you "full-service representation."