Skilled Arizona Attorney for SSDI Benefits
Although countless people apply for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits every year, the unfortunate truth is that many of these applications are initially denied. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has strict requirements, so having an experienced lawyer on your side can make a world of difference.
Bohm Matsen, LLP, is an Arizona law firm devoted to helping people in Phoenix and throughout the surrounding communities to pursue the SSDI benefits they deserve. Our lead Phoenix Social Security Disability attorney, Mike Kalish, has extensive experience assisting clients through each step of the process.
With more than 20 combined years of experience, our attorneys are highly skilled in obtaining benefits for people who can no longer work due to a disability. Plus, you pay us no fees unless we win your case.
Qualifying for SSDI in Arizona
As in other states, Arizona residents must be able to prove to the SSA that their disabilities are truly disabling. Many applicants do not understand what information the SSA is looking for in an initial application or how to present their case in the best light. Our lawyers do. We can assist you at every level of the system, from the initial application to a disability appeal, if necessary.
In addition to proving that your condition prevents you from working, your disabling condition must be expected to last at least one year or end in death. Furthermore, you must have had FICA taxes (Social Security and Medicare taxes) taken out of your paychecks for at least 5 of the past 10 years before you became disabled.
Talk to a Phoenix SSDI Lawyer Who Can Help
You do not have to navigate the complex Social Security process on your own. Contact Bohm Matsen, LLP, today to arrange a free consultation with an attorney. We will help you understand your options and pursue the best possible results.
Call us at 866-712-8289, or contact us online. Evening and weekend hours are available by appointment. In addition, we offer contingency fees, so you pay us no money unless we win benefits for you.