Social Security Disability Attorney
If you are have been unable to work because you have a long term illness or injury you are entitled to have access to Social Security disability payments to help pay for daily necessitates. Working with a Social Security disability attorney is a smart idea as the process of actually applying for and getting these benefits is lengthy and cumbersome especially when a sickness or injury leaves you unable to function at full capacity. Social Security’s disability benefits are meant for people who will not be able to get back to work for a long time or are facing a terminal illness, to ease their financial burden, but the government needs to ensure that these payments are going to people who really need them and so there is a lot of paperwork involved in making a Social Security Disability claim. Unfortunately in a sort of catch 22 this is a physically and mentally trying time for the disabled person and their dependents, and a majority of claims get rejected because of improper paperwork or other issues that have nothing to do with the medical condition of the claimant. It is probably a really smart idea at a time like this to have a seasoned professional deal with the red tape. A Social Security Disability Attorney can by law only charge you a percentage of the claim amount as fees with a 6000$ maximum, and so you are not out of pocket till your case has been won. Some attorneys may charge an upfront consultation fee and if the attorney will charge you to get your medical records from the doctor. When you are looking for a suitable Social Security Attorney it is best to work with someone who deals with cases that involve disabilities like yours. They will have the most relevant experience about the medical proof that needs to be demonstrated on your behalf. All the best Attorneys are accredited with the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives (NOSSCR) which is the leading organization for attorneys and other advocates who provide representation to Social Security claimants.