Milwaukee Social Security Disability Lawyer

If you are disabled — whether or not you sustained your debilitating injury as a result of a workplace accident — you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.

You can apply for these benefits at the U.S. Social Security Administration website.

As it turns out, the majority of individuals who initially apply for SSDI benefits are denied. For nearly 30 years, founder Paul M. Erspamer has been assisting disabled individuals throughout the greater Milwaukee area with SSDI claims at the appeals level.

Have you been denied SSDI benefits? Contact our firm as soon as you have been denied by the U.S. Social Security Administration so we can help you get started on your appeal process.

Need Help Appealing Your Denied Claim? Contact Our Waukesha SSDI Attorney

At Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, our Milwaukee Social Security Disability attorney is ready to help you obtain SSDI benefits. We recognize the problems you may be up against, and we can help you skillfully appeal your denial with the proper SSDI education and preparation.

It is important to understand the difference between SSDI and Supplemental Security Income (SSI):

  • SSDI: This type of benefit is available to disabled individuals and employees who are permanently injured on the job. It is funded through Social Security taxes, meaning you must have worked in the U.S. and paid in enough SS taxes to be eligible for this type of benefit. Adults disabled from birth are also eligible. Our firm can help you obtain SSDI benefits.
  • SSI: This type of benefit involves a program that is funded through various federal revenues. It is based on need and does not require you to have worked for a certain period of time to be eligible. While our attorney does not handle SSI claims and appeals, we can refer to you a reputable lawyer who can help you.

Assisting You With Your Social Security Disability Denial

Because SSDI benefits are determined by a proven disability an individual has, it is highly important to have the medical records to back up your injury and the medical treatment you are currently seeking and have already completed.

We will help craft a strong defense for you against the U.S. Social Security Administration by working with your doctors in order to obtain your current medical records to prove your disability.

The appeals process can last approximately 18 months. During that time, you can expect us to continue to work with you, answering your questions and updating you about the progress of your appeal.

Contact Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., Today

We invite you to contact Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., today at 414-939-0416, or e-mail us, to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your workers' compensation or SSDI claims. We are located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and evenings and weekends by appointment. If we take on your case, we only charge fees when we obtain compensation for you.