Why Hire A South Jersey SSDI/SSI Attorney?

You are not required to be represented by an attorney when appealing a denied claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). However, when you have someone on your side who knows what the Social Security Administration (SSA) is looking for and how to build a strong case, you will have a better chance of success in your claim.

The Law Office of Paul Tendler advocates aggressively for individuals at all stages of the SSDI/SSI application process. In the vast majority of cases, a claimant will eventually have to attend a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge. With over 30 years of experience, I have a thorough understanding of the medical information that an ALJ seeks to support a claim and I know how it should be presented.

I will help you prepare for a hearing so that your answers are persuasive and support your case for receiving disability benefits. I will collect and submit any pertinent medical information that was left out of your initial claim. In addition, I can cross-examine a vocational expert or an independent medical expert (IME) who may present a case for your return to work.

I Only Get Paid If You Get Paid

My attorney fee in a SSDI/SSI case is set by the Social Security rules and regulations. I only receive a fee if I obtain benefits for you. My fee will be paid by the Social Security Administration out of those benefits owed to you up until the time of your favorable decision. I do not receive any fees on benefits due and owed to you in the future.

I serve disabled workers throughout south New Jersey. I welcome the opportunity to answer your questions and provide a candid assessment of your case during a free, no-obligation consultation. Call 609-365-7632 or email me to schedule an appointment with an experienced Somers Point disability lawyer.