Social Security Disability

Serious medical problems can render those who suffer from them unable to work and needing government assistance. The process of applying for Social Security Disability, however, is complicated and even daunting. Attorney Peter T. Waltz can help. Attorney Waltz has been a Social Security disability lawyer for decades, aiding clients in their applications and appeals for benefits assistance.

Peter Waltz's years of experience have given him insight into the workings of the Social Security disability system. Although the process of filing a claim can be a long one, Peter makes it easier by explaining the law and assisting with confusing paperwork. If you have filed a claim that was initially denied, it is essential to consult with a lawyer to ensure that you do everything you can to preserve your claim for appeal.

You may be eligible for Social Security Disability if you are unable to work due to:

Serious Physical Illness

Serious physical illnesses often include back injuries, injury from repetitive motion, serious chronic ailments and other disabling conditions.

Mental Illness

Mental illnesses often include depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder (manic depression), disabling phobias and schizophrenia.

Brandau & Waltz Can Help

Attorney Peter Waltz can assist you in all steps of your Social Security disability claim, including:

  • Gathering medical information
  • Corresponding with physicians and insurance companies

  • Attending any interviews

  • Conferring about an independent medical examination

  • Documenting medical expenses

  • Assisting clients with financial decisions

  • Completing legal documents to support your claim

Peter Waltz is responsive to his clients, responding to phone calls and explaining the complexities of Social Security Disability. The sooner you consult an attorney, the better your chances for a successful claim. Please contact Peter Waltz for an initial consultation.

Brandau & Waltz serves Wisconsin and Minnesota clients from communities such as La Crosse, Winona, La Crescent, Prairie du Chien, Caledonia, Viroqua, Westby, Coon Valley, Onalaska, West Salem, Sparta, Tomah, Hokah, Alma, Black River Falls, Galesville and Holmen and counties such as Monroe, Buffalo, Jackson, La Crosse, Crawford, Vernon and Houston.