Social Security Disability Claims
DEFINING DISABLED: To be considered disabled a person must have an impairment, either medical or psychological in nature. The disabled person's impairment must meet the definition of disability which essentially states that the impairment must be severe enough that it keeps the person from being able to work and the person is unable to earn above a certain amount, for at least twelve months. If you believe you are disabled or you have been diagnosed with a disability, pick up the phone and call us today, we can help.
YOU MUST FIRST FILE: Regardless of what anyone tells you, if you are disabled and unable to work, you should file for benefits to pursue a claim for Social Security Disability. If you do not file then you will never receive approval on a Disability Claim. It is important to get your claim filed as soon as possible. The sooner you get in line with the Administration the better. Unfortunately, it can take a substantial period of time to process and obtain an approval on a Disability Claim. However, in some cases the Administration can act with expediency. If you need help filing for benefits call our Law Firm. For our Firm is different for most Firms, we will help you fill out your application for benefits, with no out of pocket expense to you.
DON’T DESPAIR IF YOU GET DENIED: If you are denied or have been denied on a claim for benefits, it's good idea to call our Law Firm, as soon as possible. The sooner your get legal representation and legal help on your claim the better. For claimants who have an attorney on their side, increase their chances of being approved. Unfortunately, you only have a limited period of time to appeal, thus pick up the phone today and call us we can help. Also know that the Government is not singling you out when they denied your claim. Understand that the Government denies almost all initial applications for Disability Benefits filed in the United States. If you have been denied benefits call our Law Firm we can help.
THE RIGHT LAWYERS ON YOUR SIDE: Having a knowledgeable Social Security Lawyer on your side is key to obtaining a good result. The Social Security Disability Lawyers of Carabin Shaw understand what it takes to win your Disability Claim. Our Team will evaluate your Disability Claim and/or your Appeal for free and without obligation. Our Law Firm will not charge you any fee or expenses unless and until we win your case and you are paid benefits. If you need help obtaining Disability Benefits, then contact our Law Firm.
CORRECT DOCUMENTS ARE A MUST: If you are uncertain as to which document or documents need to be filed you should call our Law Firm and put our Law Firm on your side. A high number of claimants and/or those filing an appeal, fail to properly complete their paperwork or fail to submit the correct forms in a timely manner. Call our Law Firm, we can help you win.
THE CLOCK IS TICKING: It is important to understand that your appeal for Disability Benefits, if and/or once denied, must be filed within 60 days of the date of your most recent denial. We recommend that the day you receive the notice of denial - pick up the phone and call our Law Firm.
BETTER THE RECORDS - BETTER THE CHANCES: It is important to understand that the Decision of the Social Security Administration will be based, in part, on your medical records. Your medical records must document your injuries and/or disability. The more detailed and up to date your records the better your chances of winning. Updated, complete and current records will better present your case and your medical records should help convince the Administrative Judge of the seriousness of your condition.
KEEP YOUR APPOINTMENTS: It is recommended that you follow-up on a regular basis with your medical provider before and while your Disability Claim is pending. It is important that you continue with your medical care on a regular and ongoing basis. Even if your past medical records indicate that you are disabled, a judge may not be able to approve a claim for continuing benefits if you do not have current records or they are not available for review. If your current medical records are not available or you have not continued with care, it may be difficult to substantiate your Claim.
DOCTOR, DOCTOR, DOCTOR: Some doctors and some medical providers may not be willing to ensure that your needs for detailed medical documentation are met. Better records detailing your Disability will improve your chances of winning your Disability Claim. Additionally, if you have not seen your doctor recently, it may increase the difficulty in obtaining supporting medical statements from your doctor. And if you do not cooperate with your doctor you may have difficulty getting your physician to cooperate with you. If you lose your medical coverage before your claim for benefits is approved, as is sometimes the case, try your best to be seen by your doctor. If he or she will not see you then you should go to a free clinic, county health department or emergency room. While these treatment sources are not the best, they are better than nothing.
If you have a question or need assistance with a Social Security Disability Claim call our Law Firm, we can help. Call us Toll Free at 800-862-1260.