We’ll walk you through every step of the social security disability process.
Applying for social security disability can seem unclear when you have to tackle it alone. An experienced attorney can help you understand your options, navigate the system, and maximize your potential for obtaining disability benefits.
What to Expect
Filing for disability can require a lot of information and several steps, but a lawyer can assist you in breaking the process down into simple tasks. The right attorney will listen to your needs and concerns, answer any questions you have, and help you properly apply for disability or appeal if you’ve been denied.
When you work with Kimberly Wright—an experienced disability attorney—she will provide the information you need, support you along the way, and work to guide you toward a more stable future. With our team in your corner, you’ll feel more confident moving forward, letting you focus on taking care of yourself or a loved one.
Reconsideration & Appeals
If your social security disability application is denied, you still have options. You can request reconsideration.
Reconsideration is the first step to take after an application is denied. We can assist you by filing this request. If your reconsideration is denied, we'll then file a request for a hearing with an Administrative Law judge.
Understand the requirements through our customized process:
• Discuss your situation.
• Review your case.
• Develop a strategy.
• Gather documentation.
• Request a reconsideration or appeal, if necessary.