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Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyer in Iowa

Decades of Experience to Help You Secure Benefits

When you need help obtaining benefits, Iowa Social Security Disability attorney Hugh Field offers reliable legal representation.

Attorney Field has decades of experience and an in-depth understanding of the framework used by the Social Security Administration to determine eligibility for benefits. Our social security benefits lawyer assists clients with the initial application and appeals for claims that have been denied.

For more information or to schedule a free consultation with Beecher, Field, Walker, Morris, Hoffman & Johnson, PC, call (855) 801-1633 or contact us online.

Obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits

Applying for Social Security Disability benefits can be a complicated and lengthy process. About 70 percent of applications are initially denied.

The good news is that about two-thirds of these are approved during the administrative hearing in the appeals process. However, it can take about a year and a half to get a hearing scheduled. Having a social security benefits lawyer help you navigate the process can improve your chances of success.

In order to secure benefits, the claimant must:

  • Have a condition that is covered by Social Security’s impairment listing

  • Be unable to work at any of his or her past jobs

  • Be unable to work at a less strenuous job

  • Not be earning more than the substantial gainful activity (SGA) level

  • Be insured under the program by working and paying taxes into the system

Our Iowa Social Security Disability lawyer has extensive knowledge of the process used by the Social Security Administration to qualify people for benefits.

We will work with you to prepare your initial application or appeal with sufficient information and documentation to support your claim and help increase the likelihood of an approval.

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Get Help from a Dedicated Social Security Disability Benefits Attorney

Whether you are having trouble applying for benefits or preparing an appeal for a denied claim, you need an experienced attorney to guide you through the process.

Attorney Hugh Field is a dedicated Iowa Social Security Disability lawyer with decades of experience helping clients secure benefits for their disabilities. We offer a free consultation, so you can get the legal advice you need and have your questions answered.

When you are ready to discuss your case, call (855) 801-1633 to schedule an appointment for a consultation. Our social security disability benefits attorney in Iowa is ready to help.

Attorney Hugh Field

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Get the Social Security Disability You Deserve

Committed Iowa SSD Lawyer Working for Your Needs

If you are unable to continue working due to an injury or disability, it is important to remember that you have options. Attorney Hugh Field works tirelessly to ensure that you and your family have access to the resources you need. Whether you are applying for the first time and need help filling out the proper paperwork, or you have been denied and are looking for guidance through the appeals process, our Iowa disability lawyer is committed to providing high-quality legal services.

Hugh Field offers his services, backed by over 50 years of experience, to clients in Waterloo and beyond. He has a comprehensive knowledge of the laws surrounding Social Security Disability and can help clients to navigate this complex environment with deft skill. He takes great pride in the assistance he is able to provide clients and works tirelessly to help families live normal lives following disability or injury.