Do I Need to Hire a Disability Benefits Lawyer?

Posted on behalf of Phillips Disability, P.C. on Aug 25, 2015 in Appeals

disability benefits lawyerApplying for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits is a long and complicated process. Statistically, the majority of people who submit an SSD application will be denied in the initial application step, as well as in the first step of the appeals process.

While many people may feel that they would prefer to go through the process on their own, there are countless benefits to seeking help from an SSD lawyer. Our attorneys have intimate knowledge of the disability appeals process and can guide you through every step of the process.

Once your appeal has reached the hearing stage of the appeals process, the value of a disability benefits lawyer becomes apparent. While we cannot guarantee that you will win your claim with us on your side, we can guarantee that you will be well-prepared for your hearing where you will be able to put forward your strongest argument to prove your disability.

With years of experience representing countless claimants before administrative law judges, we know exactly what they are looking for and how to go about gathering and presenting that information in a way that will benefit you.

We are able to track down your medical records and test results, can obtain detailed medical statements from your treating physicians and can identify appropriate witnesses for your hearing, when necessary.

Furthermore, we work on a contingency basis and do not get paid unless you win.

Our goal is to get you approved for the disability benefits that you need, and we will do everything we can to make that happen. With a disability benefits lawyer on your side, you will have the greatest chance for winning your claim.

Because time is restricted within the appeals process, do not hesitate to contact Phillips Disability if your disability benefits claim has been denied.

Call 1-800-503-2000 for a free case evaluation.

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