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I’m Disabled, Now What?

If you have recently become disabled, don’t wait to talk to a Social Security disability attorney. Of course, you can go on about applying for Social Security benefits or apply for disability benefits on your own, but small mistakes and missing details can lead to your claim being denied. You don’t want errors and omissions on your forms when you apply for SSI and SSDI. This can cause many months or even years of wait time to have your case heard or to receive your SSDI benefits.

The best way to ensure you get the SSDI benefits you deserve is by working with a Social Security disability attorney in San Francisco, Alameda, San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley or Albany, CA, to help you navigate your case. We understand Social Security disability insurance and strive to give you the representation and assistance you need to be successful in your case. You won’t find a better SSI and SSD attorney in the area to provide you with the guidance you need as you apply for SSI and SSDI.

What If I Get Denied?

Receiving a denial after your initial disability claim can be quite distressing. In fact, this happens to the majority of people on their initial application. If you haven’t already, the next step is to hire a Social Security lawyer to file an SSI disability appeal. Of course, you are welcome to do this on your own, but do you really want to face a judge alone? Our SSI and SSD attorney will help you every step of the way and minimize your anxiety as much as possible. We can also help with your disability insurance and Social Security disability insurance. We proudly serve those living in or near San Francisco, Alameda, San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley, and Albany, CA.

Patrick Kelly

Social Security disability attorney

Your LOCAL Social Security Disability Attorney Serving the San Francisco Bay Area

Attorney Pat Kelly has been focusing on Social Security disability and SSI disability law in the Bay Area for 30 years. He works with clients all over the Bay Area and Northern California. With over 20 years of experience, Pat Kelly’s expertise will help you at all levels of application and review — from initial applications through federal court actions. We believe no one should have to apply for Social Security disability insurance alone, which is why we make every effort to help with your case and don’t require an upfront payment to do so. We understand how stressful and intimidating the process can be and offer the valuable assistance you need to reduce your stress and help you feel more confident as you file for your SSDI benefits. We’ll treat you with respect and help you get the benefits you deserve.

We can help you apply for Social Security disability benefits

We have been involved in this area of law for many years, and we understand how intimidating and frustrating it can be. We will guide you through every step of the way. We’ll protect your rights at every stage of your claim. You can lean on us, we’ll support you through this difficult process.

Schedule your consultation with our SSI and SSD attorney today to explore the intricacies of your case and find out how we can help you successfully navigate your case. We help you apply for SSI and SSDI, as well as appeal if you were previously denied, so you can get the benefits you deserve. We’re proud to serve our clients in San Francisco, Alameda, San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley and Albany, CA.

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     HOW WE HELP

    Collect work history information which may be critical to issues of transferability of skills.

    Advise on the law about Social Security and SSI disability eligibility.

    Work with the medical providers to get the detailed information I will need to prove eligibility.

    Compare your illnesses to the Regulations and Rulings that determine whether a medical condition qualifies for disability benefits. I will present the claim in that context.

    Advise on issues that may impact SSI eligibility.