A social security disability hearing is no walk in the park. It’s easy to get lost in all the red tape, which can often seem designed to work directly against you. That’s why it is so critical to have ssd lawyer that understands disability law at your side. Clements, Taylor, Butkovich & Cohen, L.P.A., Co. has specialized in disability law since 1988. We’ll guide you through the process so you don’t get lost in bureaucracy. We’ll fight for your legal rights and get the compensation you need to get your life back on track. Don’t face this difficult process alone. We are here to make sure you achieve an ideal outcome, one that can take care of you and your family for time to come.
We Fight to Secure Your Family Financial Stability
Clements, Taylor, Butkovich & Cohen, L.P.A., Co. has been serving the greater Cincinnati area since 1988. Our success in securing the rights of the disabled has won us high a high AV rating, and we bring that experience to your side. Give us a call for a free initial consultation so we can determine how to best meet your needs and secure you the financial security you justly deserve. We fight for families, not multimillion dollar clients. Our disability lawyers will help you achieve a stable and happy future that can accommodate the new financial needs of your disability.
Face Bureaucratic Challenges with Social Security Attorneys to Make Your Best Case
Over 70 percent of social security claims are denied initially. Even those that get an appeals hearing are rejected at 40 percent rates. It is critical that your medical records accurately reflect your diagnosis and functional limitations. Denials are the norm. Social security attorneys will help you prepare the best case, gather the proper medical documents, and more clearly prove your condition beyond the shadow of a doubt in the ssi appeal process. Since he or she is paid on a contingency basis, they are only paid if you win, and then their payment is paid out of back payments owed to you.
Don’t Waste Time – Disability Appeals Take Too Long
Initial applications are usually quick – within 120 days or so. The first appeal is also fast, usually only taking 30 days. The next level, an ALJ hearing, can take years to process. The appeals council, the last step in the appeal process, can take up to one year. Once you’ve exhausted your appeals, you’re only remaining option is to file a lawsuit against the Social Security Administration. This is not a process you would want to go through. It’s costly and can take a very long time. Needless to stay, it’s important that your initial application has been reviewed by a law firm that specializes in disability before you submit it.