At the New York firm of Bronnberg & Henriquez PC, we have successfully handled thousands of SSDI cases. Your initial consultation is absolutely free. We will only obtain a legal fee if we win your case. The fee will be 25 percent of the retroactive benefits. Additional costs for obtaining medical records must be paid for by the claimant.
Contact Bronnberg & Henriquez PC in Queens for personal service. Call 718-714-8542 or fill out our online contact form below and an attorney will get back to you promptly.
You may apply online or by telephone. For more information about the forms and documents required, go to https://secure.ssa.gov/iClaim/dib or call 800-772-1213. Bronnberg & Henriquez PC offers a free initial consultation if you need assistance.
The process is rule-driven and requires attention to detail and many documents, including medical records, personal identity information, tax returns, pay stubs, settlement agreements or other proof of any temporary or permanent workers’ compensation-type benefits. Your doctor’s assessment of your injury is a big part of whether your claim will be accepted or denied. If all of the paperwork is not correctly submitted, your claim could be denied.
You may appeal. Change administrative law judges will not consider the appeals of people who do not have legal representation. Bronnberg & Henriquez PC has helped hundreds of workers with the Social Security Disability appeal process.
Your Social Security Disability benefits are based on the amount of income that you paid Social Security taxes on — your covered earnings. The amount used to determine your benefits is called the average indexed monthly earnings (AIME). An experienced Social Security Disability attorney can also help you determine the amount of your benefits.
Yes, and job modifications may also be an option. There are also special rules that help you get back to work so that you will not jeopardize your initial benefits. A nine-month trial work period may be used to determine your ability to perform after your injury.
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