Committed To Helping People With Disabilities Obtain The Benefits They Deserve
It’s not a handout – it’s what you’ve earned.
Committed To Helping Injured Workers
People work hard for years and pay a portion of every paycheck to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). If they become disabled, they expect to be able to draw from the account they have so consistently contributed to. Yet nearly seven in 10 applications for disability benefits are denied at the initial stage.
At The Law Offices of Cory A. DeLellis, my practice, like my father’s before me, is committed to helping injured Californians recover the disability benefits they deserve.
SSDI – What You Need To Know
While the initial application process takes three to four months to complete, if your claim is denied, subsequent steps can stretch out for a year or more. Statistics show that putting the experience and dedicated advocacy of a knowledgeable Social Security Disability Insurance lawyer in your corner can improve the likelihood that your application will be approved and will drastically reduce the time it takes to receive benefits.
We Represent Clients At Every Stage Of The Process
Knowing what medical information to provide and how it should be presented is key to getting an SSDI application approved. I help my clients work with their doctors, and I guide them through steps to take if they are asked to get an examination from a Social Security Administration physician.
I represent clients at every stage of the SSDI application process, including:
- Initial disability benefits application
- Request for reconsideration
- Request for a hearing
My law firm takes a client-centered approach. This means putting the client first, maintaining good communication, and obtaining the best outcome for each of our clients. Our commitment to providing personalized service means you will always be informed about the status of your case and the next steps.
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Supplemental Security Income helps disabled people who have little or no income.