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Do I Need a Disability Lawyer or Benefits Advocate?

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Statistically, persons hiring and using a social security lawyer have a better chance of success. The Social Security Administration (SSA) does not require you to have a disability attorney or advocate, and allows you to represent yourself. Numerous claimants, however, need a SSI lawyer or SSDI lawyer for reasons in addition to increasing the statistical likelihood of success. Many claimants find using an attorney or advocate to be helpful in every aspect of the Social Security process, from filling out the paperwork to handling the appeals.

We provide a free case evaluation to claimants or those interested in filing a disability claim with the aid of a social security attorney or advocate. For a free evaluation by one of our disability lawyers or advocates, please fill out the free case evaluation as completely as you can and click the "submit" button. It's that easy. There is no cost or fee for this evaluation. After you submit your form, an attorney or advocate will contact you and discuss your case with you.

The benefits and advantages run endless when you hire someone who is a professional in your area need, like a disability benefits attorney. Wouldn't you rather go to disability lawyers who have the knowledge, the education backing them when assisting you? You want your doctor to be qualified to provide you with the right guidance so why not have a professional consultant assist you from the beginning. This will eliminate any worries that you are providing the right information and the complete information. If you have questions or concerns you will have someone who can provide you with direct and immediate information instead. Tip: It has been proven that those filing with social security disability lawyers have a higher sucess rate at getting benefits!

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What will a disability benefits attorney do for me?

Each case is different, but provided below are just some of the ways hiring disability lawyers or advocates can help you through the Social Security Process:

The list above is a small fraction of the advantages that hiring disability attorneys or advocates can give to you. We provide a free case evaluation to claimants or those interested in filing a claim. For a free evaluation by a disability lawyer or advocate, please fill out the free case evaluation as best as you can and click the "submit" button. It's that easy. There is no cost or fee for this evaluation. After you submit your form, a benefits attorney or advocate will contact you and discuss your case with you.

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How will my disability attorney be paid?

If you choose to hire Disability attorneys and/or advocates, they will be paid only if you win and the Social Security Administration (SSA) approves your claim. In almost all cases, these disability benefits attorneys will not collect a fee unless you win. If the SSA's approves your claim, it will send you a check for retroactive benefits, a check covering the months your case was pending in the Administration. Upon your claim's approval, the SSA withholds the smallest of 25% or $6,000.00 from your retroactive check and sends the money directly to your attorney as your fee.

We provide a free case evaluation to claimants or those interested in filing a claim with the aid of one of our disability lawyers. For a free evaluation by an attorneys or advocates, please fill out the free case evaluation as best as you can and click the "submit" button. It's that easy. There is no cost or fee for this evaluation. After you submit your form, an attorney or advocate will contact you and discuss your case with you.

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Disability Attorneys Near You

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