There is no doubt that when you have been diagnosed with a disability that impacts your ability to return to work that you need help from the Social Security Administration as soon as possible.
Initiating your claim immediately is an important part of this process, but you also need to make sure you have an attorney who can help you at each stage as your claim moves through the Social Security Administration.
Filing your claim in a timely manner after consulting with a New Jersey disability attorney is the best way to prepare for this situation.
It is inherent within the structure of the Social Security Administration that matters of disability application approvals and denials can take many months, but your ability to avoid any additional delays can help you avoid frustrations and challenges with the process.
This is why it is always beneficial to meet with your New Jersey disability attorney as soon as possible after you intend to file for disability benefits.
This initial meeting with your New Jersey disability attorney can help you prepare for the entire process and ensure that you are appropriately organized.
It is a good idea to provide any updated information and changes in your condition, medical records or other evidence to your attorney as soon as possible.
This includes changes in your medical condition, your medications and your treatments and any other factors that a judge may need to consider as it relates to your disability claim.
Working with a knowledgeable New Jersey disability benefits firm is your first important step in protecting your rights and increasing your chances of being successful with your disability claim.
Our law firm recommends that you provide monthly updates to the firm about your condition and any new treatments you have pursued. Our law firm strives to provide all updated information to the Social Security Administration as soon as we have received it.
If you need to consult a New Jersey attorney, you need to contact Schibell & Mennie, LLC. The initial consultation is always free.