If you received a denial notice after you applied for Social Security Disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or workers' compensation benefits, you are likely confused, frustrated and angry that you were not approved. At Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., we can help you correct any mistakes in your application or appeal your denial of benefits.
With nearly 30 years of combined legal experience, our denied claims lawyers have the knowledge and skill you need to help you get the money you need. We will work with you to understand your situation and help you navigate the complex appeals processes. If you were wrongfully denied disability benefits, we are the firm for you.
Contact our Florida law office online today or call 850-332-0476 to schedule a consultation with one of our disability benefits attorneys. We are conveniently located in Pensacola and have another location in Panama City to serve you better; we are ready to aggressively represent your interests.
Appealing A Denial Notice
Most people who apply for disability benefits receive a denial notice even if it should have been approved. Minor mistakes and filing errors often force even the most deserving individuals into a complicated appeals process. Because you and your family rely on these benefits, it is vital to seek the assistance of an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.
We can help you if you are unable to work and were wrongfully denied:
- Long-term disability
- Social Security Disability
- Supplemental Security Income ( Social Security Income)
- Workers' compensation
- ERISA benefits
- Veterans disability
Our lawyers have successfully appealed numerous denials and obtained the benefits our clients were entitled to. We invite you to discuss your situation with us during an initial consultation so we can show how our services can help you achieve your goals.
Contact A Knowledgeable Attorney
Don't give up after your initial benefits application was denied — let our lawyers fight for the money you need. Contact our Pensacola law office online today or call 850-332-0476 to discuss your situation and learn your rights.