Social Security Disability
in Clay County, WV

We Take the Lead in the Disability Application Process

If you are disabled and would like to apply for Social Security Disability benefits in Clay County, WV, including the town of Clay, Andrea Pecora & Associates leads the way throughout the application process. When a disability significantly impacts you financially, it is time to have a proven law firm fighting for your rights. We have years of experience specializing in SSDI & Supplemental Security Income and can help you throughout the application process by answering any questions you may have.

Call us today for more information about SSDI & SSI at (855) 224-2244 or (304) 622-1919. The first consultation is free.

Applying for Disability or SSI for Our Clients

Andrea Pecora & Associates has specialized in securing Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income for our clients for many years in West Virginia. While SSDI and SSI share similarities in terms of concept, they are still two very different programs. Social Security Disability is an option for employees who have accrued enough work credits, while Supplemental Security Income is only available to low-income citizens who have not earned enough work credits to qualify for SSD. Many applicants may be eligible for benefits under both programs, but the only way to understand your needs is to call our knowledgeable and compassionate lawyers.

Do Not Give Up Because You Have Been Denied

The Social Security Administration sometimes denies Social Security Disability to applicants. If the SSA has denied you Social Security Disability benefits, you may still be eligible to receive them. In some cases, applicants can appeal previous decisions. We have no upfront cost associated with our service, and if we do not win your case, you do not pay Andrea Pecora & Associates anything. There are no fees unless you receive benefits. Our staff looks forward to meeting with new clients.

Contact our office by phone or online to set up an appointment for your case.