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Prince George's County Social Security Lawyer

Meeting your financial obligations can seem impossible when you’re unable to work. If you cannot keep gainful employment because of a physical or mental disability, a Prince George’s County Social Security lawyer may be of some help. He or she can discuss Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) disability benefits with you. If you are found eligible for these benefits, financial assistance is offered in form of monthly government checks. Sadly, requesting such benefits is often a stressful, confusing, and time-consuming ordeal. Having a lawyer handle your disability benefits claim may increase your chances of getting the application approved.

What a Prince George’s County Social Security attorney can do

About 70% of Social Security Disability applications get rejected the first time they’re processed. A Prince George’s County Social Security attorney maybe able to help you avoid such rejection. Talk to a legal professional if your claim was denied; you may need help filing a request for reconsideration, or “appeal.” You may even need a lawyer to help you through a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).

Why hire a Prince George’s County Social Security lawyers?

The Social Security Administration does not require that applicants have Prince George’s County Social Security lawyers to assist with their disability claims. However, the Administration does advise applicants that the probability of benefits approval is greater if you have legal representation. You may need an experienced attorney to fill out forms properly, gather supplemental documentation, and file requests. Also, due to the fact that disability hearings are legal proceedings before a judge, having a legal professional there can work in your favor. There are several ways to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) – even if your physical or mental condition leaves you unable to work. The government may be able to base benefits on your work history, FICA taxes, and payroll deductions. If you have a limited work history, or few resources, consider applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. In order to apply for benefits in an efficient manner, speak to an attorney about the application process.

Talk to a Social Security lawyer in Prince George’s County

If you want to know more about these benefits, ask for a free consultation with a Social Security lawyer in Prince George’s County. This professional can discuss the type of help that is available to you, if any. He or she can also complete or review your application, and appeal it after a denial. If your application has been denied multiple times, attorneys can talk to you about what to do to have a claim approved.

Contact the Greater Washington Disability Law Group today

Contact us today to schedule your appointment with a qualified lawyer from our firm. Call the Greater Washington Disability Law Group at 202-558-4402 or 301-684-8181. We look forward to meeting you and assisting with your case.

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