What We Do
Child Social Security Claims
Any child under 18 can be considered disabled by Social Security if he/she meets certain conditions:
The child must have a mental or physical condition that causes "marked or severe
The child must have a condition that is expected to last at least 12 months or result in death
The child's family must meet certain financial qualifications
Many attorneys do not handle disability cases for children. However, attorney Christopher Scheidler is very willing to represent children in their disability claims. Want to find out if your child may qualify? Request a free consultation!
Adult Social Security Claims
If you have a mental or physical disability that prevents you from
working, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability. Social
Security determines your eligibility based on several factors:
Severity of disability
Want to learn if you qualify? Request a free consultation!
At Scheidler Law, we understand the Social Security
Disability process is not always an easy one. The process
can include large amounts of paperwork, deadlines, phone
calls, and interviews. Our firm was established to ease
these headaches and make the application much simpler
for our clients. We file paperwork, gather medical evidence,
and represent you in hearings, if necessary.
Filing for Social Security often leaves applicants with more
questions than answers. At Scheidler Law, we are here to answer those questions so you can relax knowing your case is being handled with the care you deserve. When you call our office to check on your case or ask a question, you will speak to attorney Christopher Scheidler. Every time.