Why do you need a lawyer for your social security hearing? First, a lawyer who understands disability law can help you prepare your case so you are approved the first time, saving you the hassle and time of fighting through the appeals process. Appealing your case can take more than a year, and time is critical.
The SSDI lawyer can also help you fill out the application so it more clearly states why you have a case or why you cannot work. They will gather the proper medical evidence that proves your condition beyond the shadow of a doubt. They will work with your doctor to include the terminology the social security administration is looking for so your case becomes that much more of an obvious need.
If you are terminally ill, your disability lawyer can help make that clear so your case can be expedited for quicker results.
The Potential Pitfalls You Face When Filing for Disability Alone
Did you know that small errors on your social security application can result in a denial? And that’s not all. Failing to reply to requests for information within a short time frame can also lead to rejection. In fact, many initial applicants are rejected simply due to errors or not including enough information. Filing for social security is a very simple process, which is why most people make the mistake of filing for disability without a lawyer. If your application is denied, your only option is to go through the costly and time-consuming appeal process that you simply don’t have time for.
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Contact Clements, Taylor, Butkovich & Cohen, L.P.A., Co. today for a free consultation. Most of our cases are taken on a contingency basis, so we will likely only take your case if we feel you have a clear likelihood of approval. We are a disability law firm practicing in the Cincinnati area since 1988, bringing decades of experience to your side. Let’s discuss your options to strategize the best resources for your success.