If you have been denied benefits for Social Security Disability, do not give up hope.
McMahon, Kublick, PC assist clients with applications and appeals.
If you are disabled, you may need help navigating the complex Social Security disability system to improve your chance of obtaining benefits. Thousands of injury victims have turned to Social Security Disability lawyers at McMahon, Kublick, PC in Syracuse for assistance.
We take the worry out of applying for benefits and help if you already have been denied benefits.
You may be considered disabled and eligible for benefits if —
A person who is eligible to receive SSD benefits automatically is enrolled in Medicare after receiving 24 months of benefits.
In recent years, the Workers’ Compensation Board has changed how it administers claims, often to the detriment of the injured worker. In the past, the Board automatically scheduled a hearing if a worker lost time from work or suffered a serious injury. Currently, the Board places the burden on the injured worker to prepare a case, obtain medical evidence of permanency, and request a hearing.
The SSDI lawyers at McMahon, Kublick, PC in Syracuse, New York focus on all types of injury law and can pursue every available avenue for recovery including SSD benefits, workers compensation benefits, and personal injury claims and/or lawsuits. Injury victims may be entitled to receive money through all three.
The secret to winning a Social Security Disability claim is persistence and preparation. Attorneys at McMahon, Kublick, PC help identify and document the disabling condition, assemble supporting data, and carefully prepare your case.
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We handle all types of workplace accidents:
Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) pays benefits to you and certain members of your family if you are insured — you must have worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes, which fund this program. A person who receives SSD is automatically enrolled in Medicare after receiving 24 months of benefits.
Social Security Income (SSI) pays you benefits based on financial need, whether or not you have worked. SSI is a federal income supplement program funded by general tax revenues — not Social Security taxes. A person who is eligible to receive SSI may qualify for Medicare without a waiting period.
If you have been seriously injured, chances are excellent that our Syracuse Social Security Disability attorneys can help with our full-service approach. Contact McMahon, Kublick, PC online or at 1-800-638-2998. The call is free, and so is the initial consultation. If we take your injury case, you pay no fees unless we recover money for you.