The William D. McGillicuddy Law Office PC practices law in the personal injury, workman’s compensation and social security disability areas. They provide services to those people who reside in Goshen, Newburgh and Middletown, New York. In addition, they also provide services to Orange County and the surrounding areas.
A workman’s compensation attorney since 1982 and a social security and disability insurance attorney since 1988, William D. McGillicuddy Law Office PC practiced in Montgomery until retiring in 2002. In 2010, William D. McGillicuddy Law Office PC began to collaborate with a licensed hearing representative, Stacie L. Blasko. Together this pair of knowledgeable people provide the perfect team to fight for your rights both in the court room and out.
Trying to obtain social security for a verified medical issue seems like it should be an open and shut process. Instead, many people have reported being denied again and again when they have tried to apply for it. The lengthy application process can add days to each reapplication process.
Choosing the services of William D. McGillicuddy Law Office PC helps to ensure a much smoother journey. Being able to turn the entire case over to a law office that has verifiable experience with this type of case can help ease the worries that are felt by someone who is in the midst of it. Not only must this person be concerned about their health and any pain they might be feeling, they also must be concerned about their medical bills coming due when they are unable to pay for them.
Navigating the appeals process for those people who have been denied social security or disability insurance, can be a confusing and frustrating experience. Having a law office to ask questions of and to receive timely answers that break down the entire process is worth a great deal to many people. Due to the sensitive nature of this type of case, this lawyer may request lots of medical records so that a stronger case may be built. This case will then be used to get the medical services and insurance back for those people who need it.