Social Security Disability
The Social Security disability claim process is a long complicated process. The right Attorney can make this process less daunting. Call Us Today!
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Because of the complicated nature of the application process and the scrutiny that the applications undergo when being reviewed, we recommend letting one of our attorneys assist you as you undertake the application.
We will help you submit the on-line claim or we can help in setting up an appointment with your local Social Security office. Our experts have years of experience in preparing claims, and can answer your questions regarding what information needs to be provided as evidence of your medical disability, and how to prove it.
Mezrano Law Firm has already worked with clients to help them receive the benefits that they deserve, and we’ll put our knowledge of the Social Security legal process to work for you too.
Unsure whether or not you qualify for SSD? Looking for answers on steps to take? Call our Alabama Social Security Disability attorney today to take advantage of our free, no obligation consultation and get on the path receiving the financial assistance that you deserve for your disability.
How To Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits
Social Security Disability Attorney Serving Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa & Surrounding Areas in Alabama.
The Social Security disability claim process is a long, complicated undertaking that can be very trying, especially if your claim is denied. Fortunately, you can call a Birmingham Social Security Disability attorney to help you through the entire process! For many applicants, Social Security disability is the main source of income for a family, and losing or not qualifying can be devastating. Mezrano Law Firm recognizes this situation, and wants you to know that we are here to help by providing competent, caring legal assistance throughout the entire process, from application through every stage of appeal.
If you need assistance navigating the process, determining what benefits you may be eligible for, appealing a denial or understanding the reasons for a denial, give us a call. Our free, no commitment case evaluation will help start you on your way to receiving the benefits that you are entitled to.
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY PROCESS
The process consists of four steps:
Request Consideration: When you request reconsideration, you and your Social Security Disability lawyer will file a dispute within 60 days of receiving the denial letter. At this point, a new examiner will review your application, and you/your attorney will have the option to resubmit new evidence in support of your claim.
Request a Hearing: If your claim again results in a denial, you can request a hearing for your case, where in you will argue your case in front of a judge. Your attorney will be present to prepare you for the proceedings, find witnesses to testify on your behalf, and submit evidence that could help to show the truth of the claim.
SSA Appeals Council Review: If your judge rules that you are still ineligible, your attorney can assist you in requesting a review by the Social Security Administration Appeals Council. This council may or may not grant you a hearing.
File a Lawsuit: If you are not granted a hearing, or if you are but you disagree with the verdict, you can work with your Social Security Disability lawyer to file a lawsuit in order to bring your case in front of the court.
Appealing a Denial Decision
Physical, mental and emotional injuries may make it difficult for hardworking Americans to maintain employment. The Social Security system exists for a reason: to help those suffering from disabilities pay for medical treatments, keep up with the daily costs of living and support their families.
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