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Bucks County Social Security Disability Attorney

SSD Denial Attorney Located in Holland, Pennsylvania

Becoming disabled can be a truly stressful experience. Not only could you worry about paying your medical bills, but you also likely will not know how you will continue to support your family if you cannot go back to work. Fortunately, you have some options. The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides several types of benefits to individuals who are physically or mentally unable to work and are in need of income. This includes Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

The Law Office of Neal E. Newman will not leave you to go through the process alone. Mr. Newman and his team will be there for you from start to finish — helping prove your disability and guiding you through the steps of the appeals process if necessary. All aspects of your case will be examined closely and thoroughly. Contact The Law Office of Neal E. Newman for a free initial consultation.

What conditions qualify for SSD?

There are numerous conditions that could qualify a person for disability benefits. These include both physical and mental problems. In order to obtain Social Security benefits, a claimant must show, among other things, that he or she is unable to perform any substantial gainful employment for at least 1 year.

Contact The Law Office of Neal E. Newman

Attorney Neal E. Newman has years of experience and will help you present your Social Security disability case. Mr. Newman understands the uphill battle you face and will provide representation to guide you in presenting your claim to the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, to the federal courts. Contact The Law Office of Neal E. Newman to discuss your case with an experienced SSD attorney.

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