Social Security Disability (SSD) Counsel For Clients In Manitowoc And The Green Bay Area

Compassionate and Knowledgeable Guidance Throughout the Complicated Appeals Process

Being denied the Social Security Disability benefits you have worked so hard to earn can be a confusing experience. You've worked and paid into the Social Security system, only to have that same system turn its back on you in your time of need - where do you go from there? Who do you turn to?

At Alpert & Fellows, L.L.P., we offer the compassionate and assertive assistance our clients need when they have been denied SSD benefits. Our lawyers are experienced in the appeals process, and know the system well. Regardless of where you are in the process, we can provide the guidance and support you need to secure the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve.

To schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your appeal for Social Security Disability benefits, call 866-376-8603 or contact our Manitowoc, Wisconsin, office online.

Informative Advice on the Initial Filing or Appeals Process

Often, individuals are able to handle the initial application for Social Security Disability benefits on their own. When the initial application is denied, our staff can provide the straightforward and informative guidance you need during the complex appeals process. Our work within the Social Security system has lent us the knowledge necessary to guide you toward efficient resolutions to your appeal.

We will assist in the completion of appeal documents, represent you at your hearing with the administrative law judge and help you prove your disability and need for benefits. While your appeal can be a lengthy process, you will never have to make decisions alone, our staff will always be on hand to address any concerns and answer any questions that may arise.

The deeper your appeal goes in the system, the more complicated the proceedings become. Our attorneys have the knowledge needed to help guide you through the process, regardless of the number of appeals you need to file. Contact our office to discuss your appeal during your free consultation.