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Hearings before an Administrative Law Judge
We handle all of our disability cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will pay nothing for our legal services unless we obtain disability benefits for you
If you are unable to work because of a physical or mental impairment, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income.
If you are looking for an experienced Social Security Disability Lawyer in Northern Kentucky, Ohio or Southeast Indiana who can assist you in navigating the sometimes very complex process of applying for Social Security Disability benefits, then call the law firm of Michael Monce. We will assist you in your initial claim and at the reconsideration level, and we will also represent you at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge if this becomes necessary.
In addition, there is no charge for your first visit, and there also is no attorney fee unless your claim is allowed by the Social Security Administration for Social Security Disability benefits.
Located in Erlanger, Kentucky and serving the Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati as well as Southeast Indiana, the law firm of Michael Monce has legal expertise in the following areas:
Social Security Disability Law
Veterans Disability Benefits
Railroad Retirement Disability Law
Long-Term Disability Law
No recovery, no fee. Costs excluded. Call Michael Monce, Attorney-At-Law, today at (859) 344-8090
- Initial determinations
- Hearings before an Administrative Law Judge
If a child under the age of 18 has a physical or mental condition that very seriously limits his or her activities and the condition has lasted or is expected to last at least one year, that child may be eligible for Children’s SSI.
If you are a veteran of the armed forces with a current medical condition that is caused by or related to military service, you could be entitled to Veterans Disability Benefits from the VA.
If you are disabled and have the required months and years of service with the railroad, you may be able to receive benefits from the Railroad Retirement Board.
If you have been denied short term or long term disability under a policy that you have through your company, call the law office of Michael Monce.