Should I Hire an SSD Lawyer for My Disability Case?
A quick glimpse into the legal world reveals legalese, legislation, and litigation. For most people, this is all too much and confusion is understandably and naturally quick to follow. For Social Security Disability (SSD) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) cases, matters can become all the more complex, on the surface and in the details. The regular SSD case or claim will need to involve both the individual who feels they can no longer maintain a full-time position and also businesses and employers. Striking a balance between the rights of all parties and ensuring the individual is comfortable at the end is not an easy feat.
If you have suffered a debilitating injury or illness, you are probably standing right on the edge of filing an SSD case, meaning all of the tricky complexities could be visiting you soon. Don’t worry, though. There are professionals out there who can guide you to the other side with confidence and clarity. In particular, you need an SSD attorney who can give you the upper hand in your case.
When you retain a lawyer you can trust, benefits you should expect include:
- Crafting a successful case, with or without a doctor’s note.
- Applying for SSDI before 1-year of disability transpires.
- Creating and filing all necessary paperwork to correct offices.
- Ability to receive SSDI benefits while still maintaining a part-time job.
- Comprehensive help and representation in event of denial (filing an appeal).
The harsh reality is that more than 60% of all claims filed to the Social Security Administration (SSA) are initially denied. An unknown yet assumedly large percentage of those cases are assumed to be caused by nothing more than a few clerical errors on paperwork. What is even more upsetting is that people do not know that they can appeal the denial and instead continue thinking that there is no support for them after they have been disabled.
At Disability Action Associates in Reno, our Social Security Disability lawyers have dedicated their practice to bettering the lives of people in need. We are here to uplift you in any way we can, even if it means we have to take your claim to court and fight on your behalf. The thought of someone not receiving SSDI benefits when they need them most is greatly upsetting to us, to say the least, and we are committed to doing all we can to make certain our clients will be comfortable for years to come.
Get a free initial consultation with our AV® Preeminent™ Rated by Martindale-Hubbell attorneys today and start taking control of your future.