Do I need a lawyer to help get me SSD benefits?
If you or a loved one is struggling with a medical disability, you may have options for getting financial assistance through Social Security benefits. Perhaps you have heard of SSD benefits and want to learn more, or maybe you applied for benefits and your application denied.
Regardless of what stage you’re at, an attorney experienced in handling SSD claims can provide the direction and assistance you need to pursue benefits, an appeal or other actions to get the benefits you need and deserve.
Guiding you at every step
For those trying to manage a short or long-term disability, filling out the forms required to obtain SSD benefits can be incredibly frustrating. Furthermore, many people who apply for benefits are met with denial.
It’s for these and various other reasons that it helps to work with a lawyer experienced in SSD claims.
At the Law Offices of Tony Farmer & John Dreiser, we can help you by:
· Helping with the initial SSD application: Many firms simply don’t help clients with the initial application process. Instead, they only help folks who have had their initial applications denied. At our firm, we are here for you no matter where you are in the process.
· Explaining what to expect: There are numerous types of injuries and ailments that qualify for SSD benefits. As your attorneys, we want to make sure you have all the information regarding your SSD claim. We will review your claim, determine whether you have a chance of obtaining SSD benefits and can help you take the necessary steps going forward.
· Handling your appeal: As mentioned, many initial claims are denied. We can help you pursue an appeal, meet deadlines, go before the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), navigate the review by the SSA Appeals Council and even reach a final resolution in federal court, if necessary.
Instead of trying to handle your SSD claim alone, why not turn to our team and benefit from the guidance and support we provide? We handle SSD claims on a contingency fee basis, meaning, you don’t have to pay out-of-pocket fees.