Maryland Disability Claim Lawyer
Applying for Social Security Disability in Maryland is not a pleasant task. You spend hours on the phone seeking answers to basic questions. You must deal with government employees who can be less than helpful. After all your hard work, there is a strong likelihood that your claim will be rejected.
If your initial Social Security Disability (SSD) claim has been denied, take heart. The Social Security Administration denies the vast majority of initial claims. With experienced legal representation on your side however, your chances of success improve greatly.
At Wilcox & Kettell, LLC, we are strong advocates for people who are unable to work because of disability or illness. We have helped many people obtain SSD benefits — and we will work hard for you.
Contact us for a free consultation about a disability claim.
The SSD Claims Process
Wilcox & Kettell, LLC has the experience, skills and determination needed to achieve success in SSD claims and appeals. We can advise and represent you at any stage of the claims process:
- Initial claim — We can review your claim, discuss your prospects of success and recommend improvements in your claim.
- Reconsideration Appeal — Our firm can prepare a reconsideration request and provide documentation in the form the government requires.
- ALJ hearing — We can represent you in the hearing before the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
- Appeals Council — If necessary, we can represent you in this venue, presenting evidence to support your disability claim.
We want to help you get the benefits you need to live a dignified life.
Experienced Fallston Social Security Disability Attorney
Garry Wilcox heads up our Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income practice and has extensive experience in disability claims. He has a thorough understanding of medical conditions and terminology and what the Social Security Administration demands in terms of documentation.
Wilcox & Kettell, LLC will work tirelessly to help you get the disability benefits you need.
Free Consultation with a Lawyer
For a free initial consultation about a disability claim or Social Security appeal, contact our firm.