Social Security Disability Lawyer in Denver
While the eligibility requirements for receiving Social Security Disability benefits are relatively straightforward, the process of applying for SSDI benefits is not. If you suffer from a disability, you have the burden of proving that your condition prevents you from working. At Alverson + O’Brien, we provide experienced advice and guidance for those who need assistance establishing permanent and total disability, in order to obtain Social Security Disability benefits. We specialize in connecting the dots between your conditions and their impact on your ability to work.
We offer the following information for potential clients:
- How do they qualify?
- Possible disabling conditions
- What it takes to be considered disabled
- How to appeal if their claim is denied
- How much they may be entitled to receive
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Social Security Disability FAQs
We have many years of courtroom experience, which has proven invaluable when representing clients at SSDI hearings. Unfortunately, many of our clients struggle to obtain the benefits they need because they do not know the information Social Security requires to grant benefits.
Time is of the Essence in Your Social Security Disability Case
The Social Security Administration addresses Social Security Disability claims at two levels: the first initial level of decision-making and the federal hearing following an initial denied claim. It is important to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to protect your interests and provide advice from the very beginning of the process. At Alverson + O’Brien, we can help ensure that your doctor specifically addresses certain aspects of your disability to help you avoid a denied claim.
A Social Security Disability applicant only has 60 days from an initial denial to request a federal hearing. The Social Security Administration will be looking for detailed information at the hearing — things such as specific functional limitations that prevent you from working. Our lawyers will help you connect the dots between your condition, your treatment and what the administration requires for proving disability.