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Social Security Claims
The Social Security Administration is a large bureaucracy that requires a significant amount of expertise to navigate efficiently. When you have a possible disability, it is a good idea to retain the services of Fellerman & Ciarimboli. Few law firms in Pennsylvania have more experience in working through the pitfalls that typically impeded otherwise strong disability claims.
How do you know if you have a disability? Often determining the extent of the disability and providing that the pain is substantial enough to qualify as a disability is difficult. Determining Disability is the first step that must be taken. Submit your case to us for a free review. We will tell you the next steps that would be required for a successful claim.
Choosing the right attorney for your case
The process of filing for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income can be time-consuming and frustrating. We do everything we can to speed up the process, and during every stage of the process we educate clients so they have a firm understanding of the process and the status of their case. We care about the people we serve and are pleased to answer questions throughout the duration of a case to help ease the burden of difficult times.
Give us a call, let us find out about your situation. While we have extensive experience in dealing with these types of claims, we also know that everyone is looking for something special in their attorney. Give us a call, read the profiles of some of our attorneys, click below to see some of our success stories, or submit a case for our review. We are willing to help you with a free consultation however you wish to contact us.
What qualifies as a disability? How do I prove to Social Security that I am in pain? What do I need to know? At what point should I hire a lawyer?
I was told by many other attorneys that I was not owed any more money. Fellerman & Ciarimboli took my case when others wouldn’t and they proved that the government was not paying me close to what I was owed.