Berke Law Firm, P.A., is a professional law firm that represents those who have been delayed or denied Social Security Disability benefits.
The Law Offices of Berke Law Firm, P.A., has the experience necessary to help aid individuals regarding disability insurance claim denials.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a Federal income supplement program funded by general tax revenues (not Social Security taxes):
- SSI is designed to help aged, blind, and disabled people, who have little or no income; and
- SSI provides cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter.
To find out what the eligibility requirements are regarding Supplemental Security Income (SSI), contact our offices by calling Toll Free: 800-57BERKE (800-572-3753), or by using our online submission form.
Hiring an experienced Social Security Disability Lawyer may greatly increase the probability of being granted Social Security Disability Benefits with minimal or no delays and/or denials.
As a law firm providing experienced Social Security Disability Attorney legal services, we have proudly assisted many people Nationwide with Social Security Disability legal issues. We are committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation. Contact Berke Law Firm, P.A., by calling Toll Free: 800-57BERKE (800-572-3753), or by using our online submission form.
In the State of Florida, approximately only 33.6% of initial Social Security Disability Claims are initially approved, and 15% of reconsiderations are granted. This means that only 48.6% of Social Security Disability claims are granted in the first to stages of seeking Social Security Disability benefits.
Statistics also show that when an individual hires a Social Security Disability Lawyer, valid claims are subjected to fewer delays, and are more likely to be initially be granted Social Security Disability than those who represent his or herself.
Often times, errors in an individuals Social Security Disability documentation is the cause for initial denial of benefits.