Although many businesses have been affected by the Order of the Governor in response to the Covid-19 virus the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation system remains open and available to help those injured at work.

We also possess the technology to support remote work efforts and we want to reassure you that we remain fully operational and responsive to all of your legal needs.

In light of the Covid-19 Pandemic our firm has decided to WAIVE ALL WEEKLY ATTORNEY FEES for every new Workers’ Compensation client for the rest of 2020.  We want to do our part to give back to the community.  We will continue to reduce our fees on ALL lump sum settlement as well.

Stay healthy.  If you need answers or help, please call us, reach out to us though this web site or email us directly at: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

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Are You Prepared For Your SSD Appeal?

The vast majority of initial Social Security Disability applications are denied. The fact that your claim was denied does not mean you are not entitled to disability benefits. It means you need an experienced attorney to help you prove your case.

At Pfeiffer Brown DiNicola & Frantz in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, we help the injured and their families get the legal and financial support they need. Call us today to talk to a lawyer about your case for free: 570-391-0199.

The clock is ticking. You only have 60 days to appeal the denial of your initial application.

No Fees Unless We Win. Why Pay More To Get Your Money?

If you are seeking SSD benefits, paying attorney’s fees should be the least of your concerns. We handle SSD appeals on contingency, which means that we will not charge you any fees until we obtain benefits for you.

As experienced injury lawyers, we will also pursue other avenues of compensation for you, including workers’ compensation benefits and personal injury claims. If we handle a workplace injury or personal injury case for you, we will do so on the same principle — absolutely no fees for our service unless we win.

How To Appeal A Social Security Administration Decision

The SSD Appeals process is very complicated and there are many chances to make mistakes that could jeopardize your future. We urge you to talk to a reputable attorney, like those in our office, rather than going through the appeals process on your own.

  1. After you receive a Notice of Disapproved Claim, you have 60 days to request a hearing before a judge. We will prepare you for this hearing by compiling substantial medical documentation of your disability.
  2. If the hearing is not successful, we can request further review from the Social Security Appeals Council, putting together the evidence necessary to encourage the council to make the right decision by awarding benefits to you.
  3. When the Social Security Appeals Council denies a claim, the last appeal possible is a lawsuit in federal district court.

Get A Free Case Review. You Only Have 60 Days To Appeal.

We urge you to contact us as soon as you learn your initial SSD application is denied. More than 70 percent of applications are denied initially. Do not give up just yet. Call 570-391-0199 or send us an email to talk to a lawyer about your options for free.