May 20, 2014

Posted by SHANELL CALLOWAY in Uncategorized | Comments Off on With Proper Legal Representation in Bollingbrook Social Security Benefits Can Be Obtained

With Proper Legal Representation in Bollingbrook Social Security Benefits Can Be Obtained

If you have recently been denied social security disability benefits, you will need to speak to an attorney. Many people simply give up once they receive their letter of denial, however, that is the worst thing they can do. The Social Security Administration frequently denies benefits on the first application attempt.

As soon as your application is denied, your attorney will begin the paperwork for the appeals process. This will include gathering all of your medical records, including the results for any tests that you might have had performed. Your attorney will also obtain a letter from your physicians which will document your medical condition including:

*   how your disability interferes with your ability to work
  how your disability interferes with your ability to care for your needs
*   how long it is intended to last
  the expected prognosis

Nash Disability Law will assist you in receiving Bolingbrook Social Security Benefits. Your attorney will file the proper appeals paperwork. An appeals hearing will be scheduled, in which you and your will attend. Your attorney will present all of the evidence that shows your eligibility to receive Bolingbrook Social Security Benefits. It is important that you attend the hearing with your attorney.

In most instances, your appeal with be approved, and you will begin receiving your social security benefits. However, if the appeal is denied, your attorney will file the necessary paperwork for you to receive an administrative law hearing. The hearing will be in front of an administrative law judge. Neither you, nor your attorney will be allowed to attend the hearing, however, you will be notified regarding the outcome.

If your application is approved at the administrative law hearing, you will begin receiving your disability payments. It is important to note that your payments will be retroactive from the date of your initial application. This means that you will receive a lump sum payment from the Social Security Administration.

Your attorney will not be paid for his services until your application is approved, and you receive your settlement. If you have been injured, and are unable to work, it is important that you retain legal representation.

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