Connecticut Social Security Disability Lawyers

Are you disabled and living in Connecticut? If so, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or both. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you struggle to pay your bills because you are unable to work?
  • Have you had to stop working, or cut back on your work hours because of a serious medical condition?
  • Is your disability longstanding or expected to be longstanding?
  • Have you lost your health insurance because you can no longer work full-time?

If you answered yes to these questions, the experienced attorneys at MN Law may be able to help you get SSI or SSDI – the federal disability assistance you need. An attorney at our law firm literally wrote the book on Social Security Disability – and she’ll send you a free copy!

Download 10 Tips to WIN Your Social Security Disability Case written by Attorney Donna M. Nesselbush. It’s based on her 20-plus years of helping clients obtain Social Security disability benefits.

You can also view our videos on SSD-specific topics to help answer your questions.

Contact MN Law today to discuss your legal rights. Our phone number is 401-274-7400. Your initial consultation is always free. Find out why Connecticut SSDI and SSI clients turn to us as “New England’s Trusted Social Security Disability Attorneys.”

SSDI Versus SSI Benefits

The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers two disability programs that may apply to your case. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) may be available to those who have worked substantially in the past but who are no longer able to work because of a disability.

A second government program known as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is available to disabled people who have not worked substantially and who have limited financial resources.

SSDI and/or SSI benefits are available to Connecticut residents whose physical or mental condition limits or prevents them from working. A serious accident or injury that keeps you from working may also qualify you for disability benefits.

To obtain either SSDI or SSI benefits, you must be “totally disabled” as determined by the government.  But the rules about who qualifies for SSI and SSDI are very complicated. Yes, you can handle the case without an attorney, but that can be risky. Here’s why:

  • You may be denied, even if you should have been approved.
  • Your case may take longer than it needs to.
  • You may not receive all of the benefits that you legally deserve.

Here’s How MN Law’s Connecticut SSD Lawyers Can Help You!

MN Law is dedicated to helping Connecticut residents obtain the Social Security benefits they need and deserve. When you become our client, MN Law attorneys and legal professionals will:

  • Work with your medical providers collecting and evaluating helpful medical and legal evidence of your disability;
  • Help you with questions regarding the application process;
  • Appeal your case if you have been denied;
  • Re-open your old application to reclaim years of retroactive benefits, if possible;
  • Review your case to determine if you qualify for an expedited (faster) decision;
  • Prepare you for your hearing before the Administrative Law Judge;
  • Represent you at your hearing and cross-examine medical and vocational experts;
  • Ensure you receive maximum benefits as well as the correct amount of retroactive and monthly benefits.

It’s no coincidence that we have helped thousands of disabled individuals get the benefits they deserve while always treating them with dignity and respect. MN Law is 100 percent committed to winning your case AND providing excellent client service.

Don’t give up if your initial claim is denied

If you have already filed an initial claim and it has been denied, don’t despair. The national average rate of denials in the initial stages of an SSD claim is close to 70 percent. That means 7 of every 10 claims are denied. But you only have 60 days to file what’s known as a Request for Reconsideration to appeal the denial of your claim. Don’t delay. Call MN Law today so we can file this appeal for you.

If your Request for Reconsideration is denied, you have the right to appeal for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. At this level, the success rate for claims is about 56 percent nationally. Most claimants have an attorney helping them at this stage. In fact, statistics show that hiring an SSD attorney greatly increases your chances of obtaining a successful result.

The SSD attorneys at MN Law get extraordinary results for our clients because we know the law, and because we have the experience and skills needed to build successful cases. MN Law will help you determine whether you qualify for SSDI or SSI, even if you have been denied in the past.

We’re Ready! Contact Us Now!

MN Law attorneys stand ready to help you understand your rights under the SSDI and SSI laws. We serve Social Security Disability clients throughout Connecticut from our office in New London. Our goal in every SSDI and SSI case is nothing short of obtaining exceptional results for each and every client we serve.

Find out why Connecticut clients turn to us as “New England’s Trusted Social Security Disability and Personal Injury law firm.” Call us at 401-274-7400 to schedule an appointment to discuss your legal needs and options under the SSDI and SSI laws. Your initial consultation is free.