Helping You With SSDI Claims and Appeals
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) pays benefits to working-age people who become disabled or unable to work.
The formula for determining SSDI is complex. It is based on:
- Work credits
- Number of years you paid into Social Security, and other factors.
An estimated 85% of SSDI claims are initially denied.
Do not try to navigate the bureaucracy on your own: get help, and get your rightful Social Security benefits.
Questions about an SSDI claim? Call for a free consultation: 503-229-0895
For over 25 years, attorney Martin L. Alvey has helped Oregon residents with the SSDI application and appeals process. He has helped thousands secure their monthly income and lump-sum payments for their disabilities.
You can get help with your SSDI Appeal
If you need to file an SSDI appeal, do not do it alone.
There are very specific criteria for SSDI claims. Disabled people can be denied benefits just because of a flaw in the application.
When your initial application for SSDI is denied, you have a limited time to file an appeal, called a Request for Reconsideration. The paperwork and relevant proof of disability are usually due within 60 days.
If your appeal is denied, you may be able to ask for an in-person hearing with a judge.
Talk to an experienced attorney who knows the appeals process— and has a long record of helping disabled people maximize their SSDI benefits.
The team at Alvey Law Group understands the medical and vocational guidelines set by the Social Security Administration.
A Social Security Disability lawyer may be able to help you:
- Organize your SSDI claim;
- Appeal a denied claims;
- File for a disability claims over the age of 50;
- File for Supplemental Security Income.
Questions? Get a free consultation—and see if Alvey Law Group can help you.