Social Security Disability Appeals in Albany

If you’re denied Social Security Disability benefits,

Don't give up! It’s absolutely frustrating when you know you cannot work but the Social Security Administration denies your case. The process to appeal can be long and tedious, but with help, success is possible.

Most people who apply are initially denied. Attorney James Trauring can help turn your denial into an approval. If you don’t win benefits, there are no legal fees.

denied Important! Once you’re denied benefits, the clock starts ticking. Don’t wait too long. You can miss the deadline to appeal!

Your hearing is the most critical stage in your claim. Appearing before the Administrative Law Judge is your best chance to present evidence. It’s very important you and the evidence be well prepared. If you’ve received a denial at the initial step, we strongly recommend you get legal help as soon as possible.

The best way to improve your chances of winning your appeal is by working with a lawyer. Our attorneys will meet with you before your hearing so you are fully prepared.

Attorney James Trauring will:

  • review and dissect your Social Security file
  • prepare your case and create the strategy
  • assemble additional records from your doctors and medical providers
  • prepare legal arguments, prep you for your testimony
  • question witnesses (for your side)
  • cross-examine any vocational and medical experts who testify at your hearing

Social Security sometimes brings in expert medical witnesses to provide testimony. They can hurt your chances of winning benefits. We know how to counter these experts.

     

Most people win benefits with an experienced lawyer.

According to Social Security’s own statistics, people win benefits more often when they have representation than when they don’t. Since there are no legal fees if you don’t win benefits, the decision to get legal representation is an easy one.

Attorney James Trauring is with you every step of the way. If you were denied, it’s not the end, contact us to talk about your case.