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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD or SSDI)
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"Do I qualify for an Award of Disability Benefits? What are my chances?" "What do I do if I am denied benefits by Social Security? Why was I denied ?"
UPDATED AUGUST 24, 2017
Statistics don't lie. It is harder than ever to win disability cases. Both the judiciary and the Social Security Administration have implemented new policies and rules making it more complicated to prove that your medical condition is disabling. This is happening at the same time when Americans are more prone to injury and sickness at younger and younger ages than ever before, and at a time when the medical system for delivering care is extremely costly, and largely ineffective at preventing and reversing serious disease. Superb medical information and healing is out of reach and unavailable to most people. This trend will continue for some time.
Choosing an attorney who is detailed, aggressive and who will honestly share an evaluation of your evidence, explaining the weaknesses, and working with you to strengthen your claim, is critical. There has been a trend over the past decade toward bigger firms. These firms are located out of the state. Generally, you will not meet the attorney until the day of your hearing and that attorney will not know you well. That attorney is an employee who will most likely be handed a file a day or two before the hearing, has not invested in building your case, and did not personally obtain or review the medical records. The outcomes, frequent Unfavorable Decisions by Administrative Law Judges, of benefits, often reflect lack of detailed knowledge and involvement. Large firms generally will not contine to fight by taking your case to a United States District Court. Attorney Spat has taken approximately 100 cases to United States District Court.
If you spplied for Social Disability Insurance Benefits, SSDI, or Supplemental Security Income, SSI benefits, this website is designed for you. You can email questions or call and receive a free consultation. I will answer your questions as fully as possible.
Do you want to know factors that Social Security considers in determining disability? What conditions can be considered disabling? Are you applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) because of a physical condition, or is yours a mental condition? both? It can be discouraging to apply, do what is asked, and have your claim denied. There are solutions for bill collectors demanding payment while your claim is pending.
Experienced, compassionate counsel makes a difference. You will immediately discover the difference with a seasoned attorney who has a history of successfully representing thousands of claimants for the past 27 years. Hearings held before Administrative Law Judges at the newly named "Office of Hearing Operations" are critical to an award of benefits. Social Security Administration claims are often complex. When the outcome matters, choose experience. Call, email email@example.com or text 203.805.8256 for an initial consultation or an appointment. Be sure to include your name, telephone number, your age and information about your disabling condition. Inquiring about reprsentation is not the same as hiring me as your attorney. However, Your information will be kept completely confidential before you decide to hire me to represent you.
Text/call 203.805.8256 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Your inital consultation will provide you with important information, guidance, and is free.