YOU STILL HAVE HOPE.
YOU STILL HAVE HOPE.
The Social Security Disability process is complex and confusing. Our Law Office can help you with any stage of the process from initially filing for benefits, to representation at a hearing and filing appeals. We have two convenient locations in Ellwood City, PA and Ambridge, PA. If you are unable to come to our Office, home visits are available to review your case.
We charge nothing unless we get you benefits. Contact us anytime for a free case evaluation.
Lawrence County Office
724 Lawrence Ave
Ellwood City, PA 16117
Beaver County Office
420 Duss Ave
Ambridge, PA 15003
Michael N Perry has over thirty years experience representing individuals who need and deserve Social Security benefits.
After graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point, Michael N. Perry earned his J.D. at the Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia.
He has a license to practice law in Texas, New Mexico and Pennsylvania and has established a career representing clients with all types of physical and mental impairments. His current practice specializes in Social Security Disability Law.
He has successfully won cases for hundreds of Social Security Disability clients before the Social Security Administration. In one case, he received acclaim from the National Social Security Organization (NOSSCR) after winning on behalf of a client who had been been denied his benefits based on a previous filing in 1982. Mr. Perry re-opened the case to argue that the claimant did not understand his appeal rights and therefore the old decision should not be held against the claimant (res judicata was not applied). His successful legal work on this case was recounted and published in the May 2006 issue of the "Social Security Forum".
Mr. Perry is proud of the five years he served in the United States Army where he was a Captain and worked for the Air Defense Artillery branch as a new weapons acquisition specialist. He enjoys helping people and is committed to ensuring that his clients receive the benefits they so desperately need and deserve.