Applying For a New SSD Claim
It’s really easy to apply for a new claim for Social Security Disability or Supplementary Security Income. Our attorneys can even start the process over the phone. Just be sure you are aware of your impairments (mental and physical), and that you must submit all medical documents. You must disclose your doctors/clinics and your current/past employment.
It’s easy to apply, but not easy to win. So that’s why you need the Disability Lawyers Rabun County turns to most.
We will manage the process, from start to finish.
Your Appeal Is Denied. What Next?
If you filed it yourself and got denied, you need an expert. At the law firm of O’Brien & Feiler, we are experts at appealing existing claims for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income. You do not have to worry. There are many reasons to appeal, especially when you feel that the Social Security Administrative (SSA) has clearly made a mistake. We are here to help.
Sadly, many people don’t even realize how the claim process works. The first two levels of the disability claims are not decided by any judge or doctor. They are decided by an administrative officer appointed by the state and hired by the SSA to adjudicate the initial levels of disability claims.
The Social Security Disability Lawyers Rabun County trusts are ready to assist. We will manage the entire process of your claims and appeals. Our lawyers will help you in getting all the documents and making your claim as powerful as possible. We’ll do everything within our power to get you approved for the benefits you need and deserve.
Getting It Right
It is imperative that you disclose each and every detail about your case and medical condition. This will allow us to review and analyze the minutiae of your case, and then present that pertinent information to the authorities. We want to know as much about your physical and mental impairment as possible. Also be aware of other conditions you may have, such as HIV, diabetes, hypertension, allergies, and so on. Also, be sure to always take your medications as prescribed, because failure to do so may lead to a claim denial. The SSA looks for a treatment of 6 months before granting a case.