The Law Offices of Deborah G. Kohl
Workers compensation and personal injury attorneys serving Massachusetts & Rhode Island

Preparing For a Social Security Disability Hearing Requires Diligence and Accuracy-Let Us Help!

When your SSDI application is denied, you can appeal that ruling and request a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). Going to court to pursue SSDI benefits by yourself is extremely intimating and stressful, but all of us here at the Law Offices of Deborah G. Kohl do it frequently, and can handle everything for you. Call an experienced Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts Social Security lawyer who knows the SSDI process inside and out, and who can fight for the rights of those who can't work due to injury, sickness or disability.

In order to properly and thoroughly prepare your SSDI case so that the hearing will be successful, as your SSDI lawyers, we will collect, assess and organize the following documentation:

  • Medical charts, citing all doctors, test results, medications and recommended treatments;
  • Job descriptions, work setting, equipment, safety gear and any detail related to your SSDI claim;
  • Financial records, such as income, payroll stubs, job description and W-2 tax forms;
  • Legal documentation such as company information, insurance policies and police reports ;
  • Any other supporting documentation, such as accident scene photos and witness interviews.

With a Powerful SSDI Attorney, Your MA/RI Disability Hearing Is More Likely to Yield Full SSDI Benefits

Before your SSDI appeal hearing, we'll also discuss the possibility of bringing in witnesses to testify about the pain, mobility challenges and hardships you endure. These could include doctors, co-workers and family members, and we will prepare each of them, and you, for any testimony needed.

Your SSD hearing can be an important part of appealing a denied claim and being properly prepared for it is one of many reasons why you should hire a disability attorney who will do it right. Our Southeastern MA and Rhode Island Social Security Disability attorneys stay by each client's side throughout the SSD hearings process, from preparation to SSDI payments-and you don't pay us a penny unless you win. Call the Law Offices of Deborah G. Kohl today at (508)677-4900 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Every conversation is confidential, personalized and respectful, and there is no obligation. Serving the entire Providence, Fall River, and Foxborough region.