Mount Vernon, Ohio Social Security Disability Firm
Obtaining Social Security disability benefits requires a very extensive application process, including medical documentation, expert witness statements, and courtroom hearings. Many initial applications are denied and require an appeal. Whether you have already filed for benefits and have been denied or if you are seeking to apply for the first time, an experienced Social Security disability lawyer can help you obtain the benefits you deserve. The Aebi Law Firm offers significant experience and resources to clients seeking Social Security disability benefits.
We have the experience and resources to effectively navigate the Social Security bureaucracy and will work aggressively to recover the disability benefits to which you are entitled. Contact The Aebi Law Firm today for a free consultation.
The Aebi Law Firm is experienced and responsive to the unique needs of every client. At every stage in your case, attorney John Aebi will take the time to understand your concerns. He provides strategic representation to help obtain your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits and he will assist you if your claim has already been denied.
For your initial consultation
When you arrive for your initial consultation, you should bring all copies of your Social Security papers and medical records that you have. We will also ask you for a list of all of your medical providers and a complete employment history. This information will help to document the extent and history of your illness or disability. Our helpful and experienced staff will help you complete this information.
Social Security Disability Benefits Hearings
A Social Security disability hearing must be requested within 60 days of the reconsidered denial. An administrative law judge will preside at your hearing. Though hearings are informal and there are no strict evidence procedures, all testimony is taken under oath. At your case, medical records will be accepted as evidence. The judge or your attorney will ask you questions about your medical condition, your medical history, work history, and education. You will be asked how your disability affects your ability to work. You may present witnesses and cross-examine the experts who are called by the judge to testify in your case. Your attorney may make a closing argument to the judge that you are entitled to Social Security benefits.
What are the costs associated with hiring an attorney?
Like many attorneys who handle social security cases, our office charges a contingency fee. This means that you will not be charged for our services unless you receive benefits. Generally, we charge 25% of back benefits or $5,300.00 (whichever is less). If we assist you in obtaining benefits, SSA will withhold 25% of past due benefits and nothing will be withheld from your regular monthly checks. All attorney fee contracts must be approved by the SSA.
John Willard Aebi
Mount Vernon, Ohio AttorneyEmail:Contact Me
Attorney John W. Aebi, Esq. is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants representatives and has been practicing Social Security law for over 28 years. He is focused on protecting the rights of individuals faced with financial difficulties arising from illness or injury and the inability to work.
John W. Aebi serves clients who work hard jobs and suffer debilitating injuries or develop serious diseases. His focus is on obtaining Social Security benefits to help them provide for the basic necessities of life.
Not all attorneys practice before the Social Security Administration. John W. Aebi has significant experience in handling the hearing and appeals process in Social Security cases. When you need to file an application for Social Security disability benefits or if your claim has been denied and you are seeking reconsideration or appeal of your claim, John W. Aebi has the experience, resources, and dedication to protect your rights and collect the benefits you deserve.
Areas of Practice
- Social Security -- Disability
- Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
- February 5, 1952, Alliance, Ohio, United States of America
Contact The Aebi Law Firm for a free legal consultation with an experienced Mount Vernon, Ohio Social Security Disability benefits, SSD claim, SSI claim lawyer.
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The Aebi Law Firm
111 S Mulberry St.
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
The Aebi Law Firm is located in Mount Vernon, Ohio and serves clients in Knox County, Ashland County, Coshocton County, Holmes County, Licking County, Marrow County, and Richland County, including Mount Vernon, Ashland, Coshocton, Mansfield, Millersburg, Newark, and throughout Central Ohio.