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Serving residents of Wooster, Wayne County and surrounding counties needing assistance with Social Security Disability Law

Social Security Disability Law is all we do. We are a team of hard working, experienced, local attorneys dedicated to helping our community with their Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income Cases. If you live or work within a 30 mile radius of our Wooster offices, we encourage you to contact us today to discuss your Social Security Disability claim. We offer one on one, personal consultations, and will put not only our expertise, but also our compassion, to work for you and your family.

Why Select Roose & Ressler as Your Disability Attorneys?

Disability law—it’s all we do. We have limited our practice to this area of the law because we believe it allows us to provide focused and meaningful services to our client.  We have been handling disability claims for decades. Our attorneys regularly also present at trainings for other attorneys on disability topics. Our attorneys are members of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR) and attend its conferences to continue to learn and keep up to date with important changes.

We have four locations in northern Ohio, in Toledo, Lorain, Mansfield, and Wooster. Being local has advantages. Our attorneys will meet with you initially to discuss your case to determine whether we can offer to help you. We are familiar with your doctors and other medical providers, which helps us to successfully request and obtain the medical evidence needed to prove your case.  If your case goes to a hearing, the attorney who will represent you at the hearing will meet with you to discuss the evidence in your case and prepare you for the hearing. And in Lorain and Wooster, we can even hold your hearing in our offices, by video-teleconference. We regularly practice before the judges who serve northern Ohio and know how to best present your case to them.

We understand the challenges you face. Not only are you dealing with symptoms from severe medical conditions, you are most likely suffering difficult financial pressures because you can’t work. You can’t help but have very real concerns about your future. This can lead to (or aggravate) problems with depression and anxiety. It can negatively affect your relationships. Some people don’t understand what you are going through and some may just view you differently than they did before.

We believe that every person is entitled to be treated with respect and dignity. We assign a legal assistant to each client who knows what is happening on the case and who is the client’s primary contact. We will answer your calls when we can, or return them promptly.

We will work with you to make sure that Social Security gets all the evidence about your medical conditions. We work with your medical providers and ask them to explain what your limitations are and the medical reasons for them. We file appeals at all levels. If your case requires a hearing, an attorney will be there to represent you. We handle cases even in federal court, when Social Security makes errors that result in a denial and won’t correct them.

We always will send copies of our correspondence to you and keep you informed about developments in your case. We work hard to help you obtain the benefits to which you are entitled.

Jon H. Ressler

Attorney

Wooster, Ohio Office

111 South Buckeye Street
Suite 230
Wooster, Ohio 44691

Phone: 330-263-5333
Toll Free: 888-690-5033
Fax: 330-263-5033

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Jon H. Ressler

Attorney

Wooster, Ohio Office

111 South Buckeye Street
Suite 230
Wooster, Ohio 44691

Phone: 330-263-5333
Toll Free: 888-690-5033
Fax: 330-263-5033

Roose & Ressler Visits Catholic Charities of Wayne County

To us, our slogan of Personal. Local. isn’t just some saying. It’s what we believe in as we truly care about the communities where we serve, work and lives. We recently visited Catholic Charities of Wayne County, a group that focuses on providing counseling services to folks in Wayne and Ashland Counties. They provide:

  • Outpatient Mental Health Services
  • Early Childhood Homebased Services
  • Help Young People with Legal Issues
  • Help Young People with Developmental & Mental Health Issues

While faith-based, they provide services to all who need it. And, the group prides itself on a very low turnover rate of counselors, further instilling a sense of trust in the community. We’re proud to share our knowledge about SSDI with this group and proud that they play an important part in making a better community.

Do you know a local non-profit we should visit to share more with their leadership regarding Social Security Disability issues? If so, email us at JRessler@RooseLaw.com.