If you need heart surgery, you don’t hire a plumber or a secretary. You hire the person who has the training and experience to get the job done. When you need help getting disability benefits, there are at least 4 reasons you need a disability attorney.
Get the Advice You NEED
An experienced SS atty can give you actual legal advice. Companies that just prepare documents can’t do this.
When it comes to filling out complicated government paperwork, you need someone in your corner who understands the system . . . and the law . . . and your individual situation. A disability attorney can do that.
Get the Paperwork Right the First Time
Applying for disability benefits can be confusing, complicated, and frustrating. Submitting the wrong paperwork or supporting documentation just makes things worse.
An experienced California disability attorney knows the system and how to work through it. Wouldn’t it feel great to have someone who already knows the answers to your questions on your side?
Knows How to Appeal Denial of Benefits
People who are denied benefits at first may just want to give up. However, if you are disabled and need disability benefits, don’t give up. The Social Security Administration denies at least 50% of claims every year.
Your disability attorney can assess your case and see if you may be able to file an appeal. If you do, your attorney understands the entire appeal process – from filing the first notice of appeal to attending your hearing with you.
Will Prepare You Every Step of the Way
How can a disability attorney help you with such a personal journey? Because they know the way. They’ve been here before.
Instead of being confused by all the rules, regulations, and complicated paperwork, talk to someone who knows what comes next.
Your Peace of Mind Is Worth It.
It helps to have someone in your corner. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Martin Taller have the experience and ability to take on your case. For a free consultation, call us at 714-385-8100. We assist clients throughout Southern California from our home office in Anaheim.