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Social Security Disability Attorneys in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania

Legal Help With Social Security Disability Claims and Appeals

If you become disabled before you reach retirement age, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. However, many factors must be considered before you are determined qualified for these benefits. The most important consideration is whether your medical condition qualifies as a “disability” under the Social Security rules and regulations.

Examples of qualifying disabilities may include back injuries, heart disease, vision or hearing loss, asthma, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, mental disorders, skin disorders, liver disease, kidney disease, cancer, and bone marrow failure. A disability should be serious enough to keep you from working for at least a year. Your disability may be a result of an injury, or it may stem from an illness or chronic condition. Two or more partial disabilities may make you eligible for benefits. A review of your work history, during which you paid into the Social Security system, is also part of the process of a claim for benefits in most cases.

When Obstacles Get in the Way of Your Rightful SSD Benefits

Often, even if you do everything correctly, you may still be denied benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) is a sizable government agency, and it is not uncommon to experience denials and delays. If you are denied, you have limited time to file an appeal. You should contact the Law Office of Shabbick & Stehle immediately.

Seek the Benefits You Deserve


Our attorneys understand the complexity of the Social Security process, and we are dedicated to helping you obtain the benefits you deserve. Getting disabilities diagnosed and documented may be necessary when you are making an SSD claim or appeal. We have abundant experience helping clients get the necessary medical records included in a claim or appeal.

We advise and assist people who receive or should receive benefits through their own work history, as well as dependent family members who may qualify. Widows, minor children, and even ex-spouses may qualify in some cases. Our law firm is dedicated to helping anyone who qualifies to overcome barriers and get benefits paid appropriately.

A Knowledgeable Lawyer Can Help You Break Through to Relief

When you need an attorney who will listen to your concerns and care about your case, you need the lawyers at the Law Office of Shabbick & Stehle. Our attorneys are prepared to meet with you and discuss the specific issues of your case to determine the most appropriate course of action to obtain the optimal outcome.

Whether you are in Lehigh, Northampton, or Carbon counties, we have multiple locations available to meet with you around your busy schedule. Contact the Law Office of Shabbick & Stehle at today to discuss your legal matters.