Social Security Disability Insurance

If you have been unable to work for a year or more due to a medical condition, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). William S. Winfrey II is an attorney in Princeton, West Virginia, who has helped hundreds of people obtain SSDI.

The most important thing to understand is that when determining whether an individual should receive SSDI, the Social Security Administration needs to see the individual's medical records. The more extensive the records, the better the outcome will be. A note from a physician is simply not enough. Your doctor may believe that you are disabled and that you should receive SSDI, but doctors do not always know what documentation to provide - that is why you need a lawyer.

Whether or not an individual should receive benefits is determined at a hearing. At that hearing, it is essential to be as specific as possible about your condition. The judge will need to know how your condition affects you - and how it makes it impossible for you to work.

Princeton SSDI Attorney

Mr. Winfrey understands how stressful these situations can be. When you are facing the financial strain of being unable to work, having to prove that you are unable to work due to a disability can be all the more frustrating. Attorney Winfrey will do everything in his power to ensure that your claim is given the consideration it deserves.

Contact William S. Winfrey II

If your SSDI claim has been denied, Mercer County Social Security disability attorney William S. Winfrey II can help you navigate the system. Contact his office at 304-716-4344 or send an email.