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Helping Thousands Of People Get SSDI Benefits

If you are a disabled individual who has worked and paid Social Security taxes for an extended period, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Whether you are initially applying for disability benefits or appealing a denied claim, a knowledgeable Social Security Disability lawyer can help obtain the benefits you deserve.

At Chermol & Fishman, LLC, our attorneys have decades of experience representing thousands of claimants for SSDI and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits at the administrative levels and in the federal courts. We practice SSDI and SSI law exclusively and are dedicated to guiding your case successfully through the system.

What Are The Qualifying Factors For Disability?

The factors considered in a Social Security Disability Insurance benefits claim include a person’s:

  • Age
  • Education
  • Ability to communicate, read and write
  • Work experience
  • Physical health abilities and limitations
  • Mental health abilities and limitations

These factors in combination determine whether you have a winnable claim. When you contact our offices, we can help determine if your claim sounds potentially winnable and whether you qualify for Social Security benefits.

Why Hire An SSDI Lawyer?

While it is possible for some people to be approved on their own, approximately 67% of claims are denied at the initial determination level and a greater percentage are denied at the reconsideration level. Having an experienced attorney guiding you from the initial SSDI application through the entire process greatly improves your chances of winning your claim.

Having an experienced disability lawyer on your side is the best way to avoid making simple mistakes people make and are not even aware they are making in the complicated application and appeals process. In addition, a knowledgeable disability attorney can connect you to medical resources and recommend medical tests that could provide evidence to support your claim and ensure that the Social Security Administration evaluates all your physical and mental health impairments.

Begin The Discussion About SSDI Benefits Today

We provide free, confidential consultations. There is no risk and no obligation, so call for your consultation with our office today. We serve clients in the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area, and we also work nationwide with offices in New Jersey, Texas, Kentucky, Illinois and Florida. Call us at 215-795-4448 or send our law firm an email.