Virginia SSD Attorney
Benefits for disabled people in Roanoke and Manassas
If you become disabled, you may be eligible for benefits through the Social Security Disability (SSD) insurance program administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Your entitlement depends on whether you contributed to the program through your employment and now meet the SSA’s definition of disabled. You remain eligible as long as you are disabled and unable to work.
Virginia SSD lawyer Michael A. Kernbach, Attorney at Law, determines whether you qualify for SSD benefits and guides you through the process of exercising your rights to receive payments under the program. Michael has committed his more than 25 years of experience to helping people in need. He can help you apply for benefits and appeal unfair denials of your claim.
Appeals of SSD denials
Denials of initial SSD claims are common. Approval on well-documented, persuasive appeals is also typical. Our established SSD law firm in Roanoke and Manassas assertively represents you during all stages of appeal until your case is successfully resolved. We fight at each appellate stage, including:
- SSA reconsideration
- Administrative law judge hearings
- Appeals council reviews
- Federal court reviews
Deadlines for filing appeals
The SSA sends you a letter if your claim is denied. You have only 60 days from receipt of your denial letter to file an appeal. Contact a qualified Virginia Social Security Disability lawyer as soon as you receive your denial letter to avoid delays in processing and thereby protect your rights.
Contact a Roanoke and Manassas SSD lawyer you can rely on
The Law Offices of Michael A. Kernbach, P.C. are located in Roanoke and Manassas, Va., and represents clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Call Virginia injury attorney Michael A. Kernbach at 571.292.9046 or contact the law firm online to schedule your free consultation.