Loveland Social Security Disability Attorneys
30+ Years Representing Injured Workers
Our team of attorneys at Busch Law Offices have extensive experience with handling Social Security Disability (SSD) cases and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases. Our more than three decades of legal work has equipped us with the tools we need to fight for our clients’ rights to SSD and SSI. We know how difficult it can be to manage a disability and try to pay for related expenses. It can be time consuming, expensive, and emotionally devastating. Our SSD attorneys have the firepower and the willpower to help you get the financial assistance you need.
Call (877) 435-1514 today for a free case evaluation.
How We Can Help You
If you have been disabled and become unable to perform your job properly, you may be entitled to benefits. The Loveland SSD lawyers at Busch Law Offices will help you file a claim for SSD or SSI and take it from there. If your initial claim is approved, then congratulations; but more often than not, it will be denied. Approximately only 30% of all initial applicants will have their claims approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Not to worry, the chances of success increase exponentially as the process continues.
Why you should hire us:
- We fight for our clients relentlessly, day and night
- We will treat you like family and never as a case number
- We strongly focus on workers’ compensation and SSD/SSI cases
- We never represent employers, corporations, or insurance companies
- We are backed by over three decades of comprehensive legal experiences
We will be with you every step of the way to ensure you understand all of the legal proceedings and decisions. We value our clients and we want to make sure your experience throughout the legal proceedings is comfortable and stress-free. If your initial claim is denied, we will then go through the appeal process. This will push your claim to a possible reconsideration stage and if that fails, it will be passed onto an administrative law judge (ALJ). The ALJ will hold a short hearing whereby you can present whatever medical or other evidence you have in support of your claim.
About 60% of all claims that were denied earlier are approved by the ALJ. If it is still unapproved, it will move onto the Appeals Council where they will conduct a formal review of the situation. Failing that, you can file a federal court appeal. Regardless, we will work with you day and night to fight for your right to SSD or SSI. Our team of Loveland SSD attorneys has gone through the legal proceedings countless times and we know how to maximize your chance of success.
Contact us today for a free consultation.