Pittsburgh Back Pay SSDI Lawyer
Pennsylvania Retroactive Benefits Attorney
Many people who apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits or other cash entitlements through the Social Security Administration (SSA) are surprised to learn that they could have been receiving benefits for many months or years before they applied. If you think you are owed back benefits for your disability or other SSA claim, filing a claim can be confusing and frustrating. The SSA has put up barriers to make sure no claimant receives a single dollar of back benefits under fraudulent pretenses.
Talk to an attorney at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. with offices in New Castle, Hermitage, Butler and Erie, Pennsylvania. We have decades of experience helping individuals and families recover the full amount of Social Security benefits money they are owed. We will pick up your case no matter where you are in the process, from initial claim for benefits, through the appeals process and claims for back benefits. We represent clients throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio.
You Will Not Pay Lawyer Fees If You Do Not Collect Benefits
We handle all Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims, including claims for back benefits, on a contingency-fee basis. The percentage amount we charge is based on the amount of money you recover for your claim. We offer a free consultation to discuss the circumstances of your disability or injury.
Learn more about SSDI at these information pages:
- What is SSDI?
- The SSDI Application Process
- Social Security for people 55 years and older
- SSDI and incarceration
- What is supplemental security income (SSI)
Free Consultation · No Attorneys’ Fees Unless You Receive SSDI Benefits
Learn more about Social Security for 55 and older. We represent clients in communities throughout the Greater Northern Pittsburgh metro region and throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio. Call us toll free at 1-800-777-4081 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Pittsburgh back pay SSDI attorney today.