You’re struggling with your disability and you’re unemployed—how can you afford to pay a lawyer to pursue your claim for disability benefits?

You’ll meet with a Social Security Disability lawyer, who will be your lawyer from beginning to end—you’ll pay no fee unless your lawyer wins your case. You’ll always be represented by the same lawyer, who will build and maintain a relationship with you over the time it takes to resolve your claim for disability benefits.

Your lawyer will help you understand your situation, and will determine your eligibility for benefits. We meet with you multiple times before your disability hearing, we meet with you on the day of your hearing before it begins, and we represent you during the hearing.

We have 19 years of combined experience in Social Security Disability cases; thus we have the capability and understanding to provide the guidance and support you need.

Foley & Wilson is a highly respected Social Security Disability law firm with lawyers focusing on handling claims for disability benefits—providing the level of personal service and attention you and your family need during a difficult time.

With our focus on Social Security Disability cases, and with our many years of experience, we can deliver high-quality legal services throughout the entire Disability Claim Process.

We can:

  • Determine your eligibility for disability benefits
  • Help file your application for Social Security Disability Benefits
  • Appeal the denial of your initial disability application
  • Appeal further disability denials, and represent your case in Federal Court

Disability Claim Process

Did you know that most disability claims have to go to a disability hearing before a social security judge?

We can represent you throughout the Disability Claim Process. We can evaluate your eligibility for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, and we can represent you at disability hearings and appeals.

Disability Claim Levels

  • Initial Application Level

You file an initial application and supporting documents with the Social Security Administration.

  • Reconsideration Level

Within 60 days of receiving your denial letter, you must file a request for reconsideration of your case. Reconsideration is taking a second look at the disability claim, reviewing it for the second time and issuing a new decision.

  • Hearing Level

If your claim is denied after reconsideration, then your case has to be heard before a Social Security Judge who reviews the evidence and decides your case.