The Social Security Disability Application Process, A Must Listen Episode from an SSDI Attorney

Welcome to episode #37 of Social Security: Answers From The Experts with Martha Shedden: The Social Security disability application process, a must listen episode from an SSDI attorney with Edward Guldi.

Edward Guldi, Attorney at The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C.., is a distinguished New York lawyer who concentrates his practice on all aspects of workers’ compensation and social security disability law for claimants. He has successfully represented thousands of workers’ compensation claims before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board to a successful resolution. He is also experienced in handling complex and serious legal matters involving injuries, including extensive work on the 9/11 cancer litigation. The Perecman Firm is a full-service personal injury law firm with offices in New York, New York, and Jericho, New York.

Here is what to expect on this week’s show:
● A developing taste for helping people in need.
● The application for Social Security Disability and the need for an expert attorney so nothing is missed.
● Why plenty of applications are denied and what consumers can do about it.
● The differences between claimants under and over 50 years old.
● Sliding scales for disability benefits and tax caps.
● The legal system surrounding Social Security and the Social Security Administration.

Relevant Links:
Connect with Edward: https://www.perecman.com/

 

 

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Posted on July 25, 2022 by Ted Rosedale
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