Helping Injured Workers Since 1981

Let Our Ohio Social Security Disability Lawyers Help You Get The Benefits You Need

Hard work. You know what it means. You’ve done it all your life. Sometimes, it comes with a price. You come home from work one day and you can’t go back. The pain, other issues or the advice of your doctor mean you can no longer work. What do you do now?

If you believe you may need Social Security Disability benefits, or if you have already applied for benefits and been denied, contact us today for a free consultation. Please call us at 740-693-1208 or complete our contact form. We have offices in New Lexington, Zanesville, Marietta and The Plains, and we represent clients with disabilities throughout Ohio.

Helping Disabled People Since The 1980s

If you suffer from a medical condition that makes it impossible to work, we can help. Our attorneys at Robert J. Dodd Jr., Co., L.P.A. have decades of experience helping clients with the challenges of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits or dealing with a denial of an application.

We have a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for SSDI and how the process works. We know what the Social Security Administration’s claims examiners are looking for in an application, and we know what types of mistakes and missing information or documents that will instantly lead to a rejection of your claim. Our Social Security Disability lawyers can explain what it takes to qualify for SSD benefits, and we can help you pursue those benefits.

Has Your Claim Been Denied?

If you have already submitted an application and it has been denied, we can still help. The truth is that the vast majority of SSD applications are denied on the first try. At Robert J. Dodd Jr., Co., L.P.A., our attorneys have represented thousands of clients during the last 50 years, and that depth of experience means we know what to do to build a successful appeal. We have worked with the Administrative Law Judges in this area of Ohio, and we know what they are looking for at a hearing and the types of evidence or testimony that is most likely to lead to a successful appeal.

Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation

SSD claims can be time-consuming and frustrating if you are unfamiliar with the process. We can’t make the backlogs go away, but we can save you time by ensuring that your claim is complete and no important information is missing. Please call 740-693-1208 to reach our offices in New Lexington, Zanesville, Marietta or The Plains, or send us an email to tell us about your disability claim. Our lawyers will reach out to you as soon as possible.