SSD Appeals Lawyers
Social Security Appeal Representation
When your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD or SSDI) claim is denied and you face a hearing in front of a judge, it is important to know that you do not have to go into your hearing alone. You are allowed to have the assistance of an attorney to help you obtain SSD benefits.
At Boettcher, Devinney, Ingle & Wicker, our SSD appeals attorneys represent clients throughout Oklahoma and Kansas. We take the time to walk you through the hearing process and forcefully represent you in court so that you stand the best chance of obtaining benefits. To set up a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys, contact us at 580-765-9660 or online.
Ponca City Attorneys Representing Clients at Social Security Disability Hearings
We assist clients at every turn of the SSD process, starting with filling out the initial application all the way to representing them at their hearings. Having the help of an attorney is especially important when filing an appeal and appearing at your SSD hearing because:
- There are many government rules and requirements for both the SSD application and SSD appeals. Filling out the paperwork properly and meeting all of the deadlines for an appeal can be nearly impossible to do by yourself. Having an attorney's help ensures that you will get your day in court to win your benefits.
- The hearing is in front of a judge, so you not only have to understand the requirements of the SSD program, but also the rules of the administrative process.
- A lawyer will know what evidence is necessary to help win your case and will know how to present this evidence in the most effective way possible.
We are available to help you through all stages of the SSD process. Contact us as soon as possible to build a strong case from the beginning.
Contact the Firm
For a free initial consultation with an experienced Ponca City Social Security Disability hearing lawyer, contact Boettcher, Devinney, Ingle & Wicker, at 580-765-9660 or fill out our online contact form. Our fees are paid through the settlements or verdicts we obtain for clients, so you do not pay us anything unless we are successful in obtaining a recovery in your case.