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Social Security Disability Attorneys

If you have become disabled with a physical or mental condition which you expect to last at least twelve continuous months or result in death, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. The Social Security Administration manages two Social Security disability benefit programs, they are the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Each Social Security disability program requires that an individual no longer be able to engage in substantial gainful activity before they can qualify for Social Security disability benefits.

If you have applied and been denied for one of these disability benefit programs or if you have questions about applying for Social Security disability benefits a Social Security disability attorney can be a great resource to answer all of your Social Security disability questions.

What Does a Texas Disability Attorney Do?

The job of the Social Security disability attorney is to increase your chance for success in the Social Security disability appeals process. The Social Security disability attorney will use their expertise to review your initial Social Security disability claim, gather all of your medical data, and complete all the paperwork for the Social Security disability appeal. A Social Security disability attorney will also keep important copies of all submitted records for their records. They will also follow up will all Social Security Administration offices to ensure that all the necessary paperwork had been submitted.

If your Social Security disability claim moves to the hearing level in the Social Security disability appeals process a Social Security disability attorney can become critical for success. A claimant may have difficulty obtaining all of their own medical records. The Social Security disability attorney will be able to gather all of the applicant’s physician statements, and medical records from clinics and hospitals.

The Social Security disability attorney will create a Social Security disability case that will clearly outline their client’s inability to work based on the criteria defined by the Social Security Administration. Social Security disability lawyers have represented, in most cases, hundreds of clients and are experts at evaluating medical information. This is a skill that most claimants do not have. Your chances of obtaining benefits will be increased by the Social Security disability attorney’s knowledge and expertise of the Social Security disability appeal’s process.

How Does a Social Security Disability Attorney Get Paid?

A Social Security disability lawyer will receive a fee equal to twenty-five percent of a claimant’s back pay. The maximum allowable amount is $5,300. It is important to discuss the fee structure with your Social Security disability attorney.