Individuals who are interested in applying for Social Security disability or supplemental security income need to speak with an experienced attorney before filing a claim. This process can be complex and confusing without the help of a knowledgeable attorney.
Our law firm recommends that you apply in person at a Social Security office or online, but it is always beneficial to speak to a disability attorney before starting the application process.
If your first application is denied, there are strict time limits and rules and regulations regarding reconsideration.
The entirety of the application process can be overwhelming, especially if you find it challenging to get in touch with an employee to discuss your application status.
Having an attorney can help prepare you for what to expect and empower you with an advocate to get as much information as possible throughout the process.
Being informed is especially helpful when you are waiting for the news about whether or not your application has been approved for disability benefits.
Understanding these time limits and working with an attorney from the outset gives you the best possible chance of being approved and having clarity about what to expect.
Anyone who has already been denied Social Security disability needs to consult with an experienced lawyer to determine his or her rights.
If your claim is not approved the first time around, having a relationship already formed with a disability benefits attorney in New Jersey means that you have a point of contact to start the appeals and reconsideration process immediately.
If you need to appeal a denial of reconsideration or appeal for reconsideration after your first application, you need the insight of an attorney.
All deadlines associated with your appeal details are provided to you by the Social Security Administration.
Gather these materials and contact an experienced disability attorney today for more information.
If you need to consult a New Jersey attorney, you need to contact Schibell & Mennie, LLC. The initial consultation is always free.