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Little Falls Social Security Disability Lawyers

The Social Security Disability claims process can be long and frustrating. The Social Security Administration has many complex rules, and if you do not understand the system, it is difficult to have the most favorable outcome. Many people are likely to be denied on their initial applications, which makes the assistance of an attorney important for obtaining the benefits that you need.

At Rosenmeier Law Office, in Little Falls, our lawyers are familiar with the process of Social Security Disability and have helped clients throughout central Minnesota recover the benefits that they deserve. In addition to the initial application, we can assist in reconsiderations, hearings and appeals. We will explain the process and educate you about how SSD decisions are made and why a person may be found to be disabled or not disabled.

Disability Appeals Lawyers

At our initial consultation, we will meet with you and discuss important information regarding your circumstances and filing an SSD claim. If you have already been denied, we will assist with pursuing an appeal and representing you in front of an administrative law judge (ALJ).

The best outcome is to gain the maximum amount of benefits through an SSD claim. In order to recover benefits, we will prepare you for the hearing and go with you to make sure all your filings are correct. We will also make inquiries with doctors to gain information regarding your disability.

It is best to act as soon as possible and to speak with an experienced lawyer, in order to prevent your claim from being denied.

Contact Our Little Falls Social Security Disability Attorneys

For experienced assistance with a Social Security Disability claim in Minnesota, contact Rosenmeier Law Office in Little Falls by e-mail or by calling 320-632-5458.


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