Jan 29th, 2018

Social Security Disability Advice

Fred London Law 0 Comments Social Security Disability

When you go through the Social Security Disability process, it can be intimidating. There are things that you can do to help get through this process easier. One of them is obtaining a qualified attorney to make sure that you address everything that you need to in your claim and have the highest chance of success. Most lawyers offer a free consultation for Social Security Disability cases, so you have nothing to lose by meeting with someone. As you move through the process, keep the things below in mind to have the greatest chance of success.

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Social Security Disability Advice:

- Don’t Wait to File.

As soon as you can you should get in your application for disability benefits. It is possible that your claim could take some time to process. This means that you may need to wait a while in order to start to receive benefits. When you’re not able to work, every day counts and diminishes your savings.

- If you have questions about the application, ask for help.

If you’re working through your application and have questions, it’s best to ask for advice. Filling out the application incorrectly can cause you to be denied when you should have been approved. You can get help from a lawyer in regards to your application.

- Work with an attorney that specializes in Social Security Disability.

You can obtain a lawyer right away, but it’s even more important if your claim is denied. It’s best to have representation as you go through the appeals process. Your lawyer will be able to advise you on the best course of action and help you with your hearing. If you go to a hearing without a lawyer, it can be detrimental to your case.

- Keep up with your medical care.

When you’re going through the application process, you need to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself. It’s important to visit your doctor regularly as this will be evaluated when you apply. You also need to make sure that you’re following your doctor’s advice. If you’re not taking your medications, it will show that you’re not trying to improve your condition.

Make sure to follow the advice above and that of your lawyer. Remember that you can receive a free consultation for Social Security from us. Contact us with any questions.

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