A previous post here mentioned that there are certain ways to improve a Social Security Disability application to get it accepted on the first try. Although there is no way to guarantee that an application does not become one of the 66 percent of SSD applications that is rejected on the first instance, ensuring that paperwork is in order and evidence is in place can go a long way in getting an application approved.
At first glance, it might seem like a simple process: fill out the application, gather the necessary paperwork, send out the papers and wait for the decision. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. The application itself is complicated for many people suffering from cognitive issues to understand and physical ailments from filling out. The very issues for which they are seeking SSD benefits might prevent them from filling out an accurate application.
Our law firm focuses on Social Security Disability law. We understand medical billing and coding and use our knowledge to attempt to help our clients. Over the last 15 years we have helped hundreds of peoples get the benefits they deserve.
At our law firm, we understand what is at stake when a person is applying for SSD benefits and how it can seem like the whole system is stacked against an applicant. This is why we are dedicated to helping people at every stage of the application process, from filling out the forms to representing someone at an administrative hearing. For more information about Social Security Disability benefits, please visit our SSD webpage.