Applying for Social Security Disability
Talk with a Social Security Disability Representative
In order to receive Social Security Disability benefits for an injury or health condition, you must first complete the application process. While the majority of the application can now be done online, it can still be a very difficult and complex process for individuals to interpret. If you are not familiar with the process or the online application, it can be very frustrating to navigate alone.
The best way to approach your Social Security Disability application is by enlisting the services of a skilled Social Security Disability team who understand the process and how to get the best results. At Disability Action Advocates, we have assisted countless applicants over the last two decades making the most compelling case possible. We're ready to partner with you in this process ensuring that your application stands the best possible chance of being awarded the benefits you need.
Ready to start the application process? Our office is ready to hear from you! Call us at (888) 401-3920 today.
Why Hiring a Reno SSDI Lawyer is Crucial
At Disability Action Advocates, we truly love working with our clients. Our main priority is to ensure that they get the outcome they need to support themselves and their loved ones. We work closely with our clients so that they feel comfortable throughout the process.
When you come to our office for guidance, you get:
- Counsel backed by 20+ years of experience
- Contingency fee services (you don't pay until and unless we win)
- Supportive and compassionate legal guidance
- A complimentary consultation
What information will I need for the application?
Before applying for benefits, it is important that you make sure you fit the requirements to qualify. By meeting with a seasoned legal professional, we can determine whether or not filing an application would be in your best interests.
It is also important to have all pertinent documentation, such as:
- Your Social Security card
- Income paperwork
- Proof of citizenship or status
- Information on your physical condition
- Your earnings up to the disability
You may also be required to request a job history summary, which goes in-depth into your medical information, employment status and more. Finally, an Authorize to Disclose form will be used to effectively release all medical records and other information regarding your education and work. While all other steps may be completed online by you or a qualified attorney/representative, this form must be brought to a local Social Security office.
Submitting Your Application
There are several steps you will need to complete in order to have your application accepted. First, you will want to collect all relevant information regarding your injury, medical history, employment, etc. Next, you should contact the Social Security office, whether by phone or in person to request an interview. After the interview, you can complete your application. Once submitted, the Disability Determination Services will evaluation your application and determine if your disability warrants benefits.
Once you have an interview set up and attend it, you can complete your application. Once you have submitted it, the Disability Determination Services will evaluation your application and determine whether you should receive benefits or not for your disability.
Reach Out for Counsel Now
Disability Action Advocates has proudly served the Reno area for two decades helping to make sure disabled individuals receive their maximum benefits. We can help you complete the necessary paperwork and keep you up to date with the status of your claim. We have won thousands of cases in our 20 plus years of accomplished service and would be honored to put this experience to work for your SSDI case.
It all starts with a call to Disability Action Advocates. Contact us today to request a case evaluation.
FOCUSED EXCLUSIVELY ON SSD & SSIOur Services Include:
Filing all forms for the initial application, reconsideration & hearing
Helping you through each step of the process so you know what to expect
Coordinating any social security doctor appointments you may have
Obtaining all your medical records and gather the necessary information
Reviewing your file thoroughly to discover weaknesses & determine what is needed to obtain a favorable decision
Representing you at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge
Supporting you throughout the entire process
Appealing your case if appropriate