In an ideal world, people that are really disabled should be able to get quick access to medical care and disability benefits. Unfortunately, the Social Security Disability benefits system can be a long and convoluted process.
Most initial claims for Social Security Disability benefits are denied. To receive the benefits they need, most SSD and SSI claimants will have to appeal their claim several times, at least at the hearing level of the process.
To help alleviate some of the potential stress with filing a claim, Carter Mario Injury Lawyers recommends these seven tips to increase your chances of getting your benefits approved…
Complex rules in the law and judicial system point out just why it is vital to have a lawyer on your side when filing a Connecticut Social Security Disability lawsuit. Those of us here at Carter Mario are always available to discuss any questions or concerns you may have about filing a claim.
I always wondered why a lawyer was recommended for obtaining social security disability benefits, but this explains it all so very well. These tips are very helpful. I’ll pass them on to my mom and dad who are trying to get benefits for my father. They just started the process; is it ok to hire a lawyer after starting?
I love the tip to maintain a good relationship with the people working on your case. I actually feel like that’s a great tip for any situation, not just disability. I’ve found that when I treat people well, even if I don’t like the situation, the outcome is almost always more favorable than when I’m unpleasant.
Even though I’m no to the age where I would need this, if I was, I would for sure get proper legal help. If I submitted a claim and was denied, I’d take legal action. There are probably people out there who do that but don’t do anything about it.