If you have applied for SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) or SSI (Supplemental Security Income) I think it is a good idea to ask yourself whether you are receiving enough help from the Social Security Administration as your claim progresses. There can be many frustrating and confusing areas of Social Security disability law that the Social Security Administration (SSA) may or may not help you with. Many claimants in Indiana and nationwide do not realize they can hire an attorney or representative to answer many of their questions, help them with paperwork, and provide legal representation at their hearings on a contingency basis. What are some ways an attorney can help to make the Social Security disability appeals process easier for you?
The above are just a few ways my law office can help alleviate some of the frustration you may be feeling as you endure the Social Security disability appeals process. Many caring, competent individuals handle disability claims for the Social Security Administration, but unfortunately they have heavy workloads, and you may not feel that you are receiving personal attention from SSA staff. You may feel more comfortable knowing you have an experienced attorney providing individualized attention to help you navigate the Social Security disability claims process. The SSA has designed its claims process to make it easy for individuals to hire and work with attorneys and representatives throughout the appeals process, and I take great pride in providing experienced, attentive representation.
Filed under:Social Security Disability Attorney, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) || Tagged under: help, Indiana, social security administration, social security disability
Author: Scott Lewis