Find stability with a social security disability lawyer.
When you’re unable to work, you shouldn’t have to worry about the social security disability application process alone. We’ll handle your case and give you direction for the future.
Find guidance for your case.
A disabling condition can happen to anyone at any time and, in most cases, cause financial instability. That’s why Kimberly Wright, a hardworking attorney, will do everything in her power to handle your case with care and compassion.
Many people find the process to be complex and time consuming when they apply on their own and often a high rate of denial. An experienced attorney can support you throughout by listening to your situation and needs and properly presenting your case. Most cases are held in Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Valparaiso, but can involve other locations.
Discuss your situation and begin your path to stability by setting up a free, no-pressure meeting.
Here's how we can help.
We guide clients through every step of the social security disability application process, including:
- Your initial application, which includes evaluating eligibility, gathering documents, and filing electronically on your behalf.
- Reconsideration, which consists of gathering additional information and filing another request if your application was denied for medical reasons.
- Appeals, which involves filing a request for a hearing with an Administrative Law judge if your reconsideration is denied.
Everyone wants an attorney who will listen to their situation and work to understand their needs. Kimberly Wright has successful experience assisting clients with disability cases because she actually gets to know them. By taking the time to learn about your individual goals and situation, she’ll provide the guidance and support you need.
What You’ll Need
When you come to our office to discuss your situation, you should bring:
- Your completed questionnaire (which you’ll receive after scheduling a consultation)
- Tax returns from the last two years
- A state-issued ID
- Your Social Security card (or W-2 or 1099)