Guiding You Through The Complex Maze Of Disability Benefits

The process for pursuing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits is complicated. The initial applications are confusing, and one simple mistake can result in a denial. Although a majority of original claims are denied, applicants have several levels of appeals available to help them achieve the financial assistance they need.

At the Law Office of Ellene Welsh, we focus our practice on filing appeals on behalf of clients whose claims have already been denied initially. We have an in-depth understanding of the complex appeals process and have worked with the Social Security Administration for more than a decade. We can also provide general instruction on how to file an initial disability claim. Call our offices in Douglasville or Columbus at 770-884-1879  for a free initial consultation.

How To Apply For SSDI Or SSI Benefits

You can apply for short-term or long-term benefits without a lawyer at your local Social Security Administration office. If your claim is denied, and most of them typically are, that is when you need the assistance of a knowledgeable SSDI/SSI attorney.

Your legal representative will:

As a local law firm, we have built strong working relationships with a network of doctors, clinics and other health care providers. If your disability demands specific medical treatment, we are able to advise you regarding available resources, including reduced cost options.

Get Legal Advice From An Experienced SSI And SSDI Lawyer

Practicing law since 1988, our attorney Ellene Welsh has secured disability payments for numerous individuals in Georgia. She knows what documentation is necessary to present in an appeal, will represent you at any hearings and can answer all your questions about your case. Rest assured, she will remain by your side each step of the way.

To arrange a complimentary initial consultation, contact us. We look forward to working with you and pursuing the SSDI or SSI benefits you deserve. We handle SSDI and SSI cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you owe us no attorney fees until we secure benefits for you.