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    Get Help Applying for Social Security Disability, or Turning Your Denial Into an Approval

    Social Security Disability benefits can improve your life if you can’t work because of serious health problems. Our disability can help you:

    If you were denied disability benefits and can’t work, you may worry about:

    • Putting food on the table
    • Keeping a roof over your head
    • Paying medical bills that are piling up
    • Exhausting your savings

    But at Becker Law Office, we want to help you get the Social Security Disability benefits you need and deserve. Call us right away.

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    If You Need to Appeal, Call the Disability Legal Team at Becker Law Office

    If your health problems make it impossible for you to work or if you have a loved one in desperate need of disability benefits, you’re probably stressed and not sure where to turn. Social Security Disability may be an option.

    When you worked, you paid into the Social Security Disability system, but now that you can’t work, you decided to apply for benefits – only to receive a denial letter.


    We’ll fight the government to prove they were wrong to deny you benefits. You should be focused on taking care of your health – it’s our job to focus on winning your disability appeal.

    If you can no longer work because your health makes it too hard and you were denied disability benefits, call us. We’ll start you off with a free consultation to discuss your case.

    What You Need When You’re Denied Disability Benefits in Wisconsin

    Appealing a disability benefits denial is more complicated than when you first applied for benefits.

    During the disability appeals process, you’ll need to think about your response to the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) previous denials of your disability claim and your arguments for why they got it wrong—and why you should be awarded benefits.

    These are some of the ingredients that go into a disability benefits appeal:

    • Asking the Disability Determination Bureau (DDB) in Wisconsin to re-look at your paperwork
    • Collecting more medical evidence for a Social Security administrative law judge (ALJ) to review
    • Gathering statements from people who know you about how your medical conditions impact your daily life
    • Preparing to testify in front of the judge
    • Preparing to question medical or vocational experts who testify about you
    • Identifying technical and legal errors by the judge, if the judge denied your benefits again

    Even though it’s a lot of work, appealing a disability denial is worth it. Most people are denied benefits at first, so filing an appeal is common.

    When you finally win benefits, it makes a big difference in your life. The monthly benefit checks provide financial stability, covering essential bills, so you can focus on your own well-being.

    But because of the complexity of the appeals process, your best move is to work with a disability attorney.

    In fact, one government study found that your chances of winning benefits after a disability hearing are almost three times higher if you have a representative.

    Talk to Becker Law Office. Our disability lawyers know what to do when you need to make a Social Security Disability appeal. In fact, we’ve helped thousands of people in Wisconsin appeal for disability denials.

    Disability law is all we do.

    Contact Us Now!


    Thank you for helping me secure my SSI. I couldn’t have done it without you guys – you are my hero, Don. You’re the best and your positive attitude means a lot.

    - Bonnie

    Get your free consultation from one of our Social Security Disability attorneys.


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