Our firm has been helping claimants receive Social Security Disability benefits for over 25 years. In our experience, there are details that can help or hurt you when completing paperwork during the process. Here is a video and some guidelines for you to use when answering questions contained in a Social Security Function report.
Hiring a disability lawyer to handle your case can significantly improve the chance of your claim being approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Though claimants are not required to hire an attorney to represent them in disability cases, statistics show claimants represented by lawyers are more likely to be approved for disability benefits. As a result, it is important to make sure the disability lawyer you hire is skilled, knowledgeable, and ready to advocate for you.
First, congratulations! You can now breathe a sigh of relief knowing your monthly disability benefit check will soon be on its way. But you’re also probably wondering – what now? Here’s what to expect after you get approved for benefits.
If you are considering hiring an attorney to handle your Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits claim, you may have wondered how disability attorneys get paid. To learn more about the costs and fees for social security disability cases, watch our short video.
The Top Five Reasons to Hire a SSD Attorney vs. a SSD Advocate or a Representative for your Social Security Disability Case
There are many services that offer assistance to those with disabilities and illnesses to help them obtain SSD benefits. Here are the most important reasons why you should hire a SSD Attorneys over an advocate or representative.
Though in most circumstances creditors cannot garnish or attach to a disabled worker’s Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments and Social Security payments, there are still a few exceptions that disability claimants should be aware of when applying for benefits.
If you're like most Americans receiving SSDI benefits, then these benefits can account for a sizable portion of your household income. These SSD benefits are an essential part of your life. Unfortunately, once a bill collector discovers that you receive SSD benefits, that collector may threaten to garnish the funds. Can they really do this? The answer is, it depends.
Appealing a denial of Social Security Disability (SSD) can be a long and stressful process. However, the last step in the appeals process is the level where most disability applicants are ultimately awarded benefits. Before giving up on your case, consider appealing your denial to a Federal District Court.
If you have undergone hernia surgery and experience chronic pain or other long-term complications from the hernia mesh, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. With more than 30 years of experience, our hernia mesh attorneys can help evaluate your case to determine whether you can recover financial compensation for your injuries.
Although Social Security Disability (SSD) hearings are less formal than traditional courtroom trials, they nevertheless cause many people to feel anxious or stressed. Here is what not to say at your SSD hearing (and how to soften the blow if you can’t avoid it).