ROB LEVINE, Social Security Disability Lawyer
HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED DISABILITY BENEFITS? GET A SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY LAWYER
Are you disabled and unable to work? Applying for Social Security benefits is an extraordinarily difficult process, unfortunately. It is very difficult to navigate this process alone. Retaining an attorney versed in social security claims system to help you navigate this process is very important. In fact, the U.S. Government Accountability Office found that disability claimants who had representatives, such as attorney, were allowed benefits at a rate nearly 3 times higher than those without representatives. So, our advice to you, is do not proceed on your own. Here you will find useful information pertaining to types of disability, how to qualify, and the process of getting your claim approved. If you are ready to speak to a lawyer about your disability matter, call now.
DO I NEED A DISABILITY ATTORNEY?
Although you are not required to hire an attorney to represent you in your Social Security claim, people with experienced representation tend to win their cases more often than those who are not represented. Our knowledgeable staff will ensure that important information gets associated with your file at Social Security, and we are adept at meeting deadlines and avoiding unnecessary delays. We will contact your medical providers to secure all relevant medical records and provide them with questionnaires designed to facilitate a successful outcome. If a hearing becomes necessary, our attorneys will prepare a legal brief setting forth the basis for a favorable decision and will attend the hearing with you to present your case. Contact us today for a free evaluation.
WHAT DOES A DISABILITY LAWYER COST?
We work on a contingency basis. This means you pay no fees unless you are awarded benefits. If you are awarded benefits, Social Security will acknowledge that they should have been paying you all along and calculate what they owe you in past-due benefits.
Social Security will withhold 25% of your past-due benefits and pay us directly. Notably, from the day you are approved and going forward, no money goes toward the attorney’s fees. This means that you can retain us even if you have no money at the time, and as soon as you are approved, you will receive your full benefit amount.
SSDI and SSI claims often take a long time for the Social Security Administration to approve. If you believe that you will be unable to work for 12 months or more, you should apply immediately. Don’t get overwhelmed! Contact us today for a free consultation. We have attorneys in many convenient locations including, but not limited to: Providence, New Bedford, South Kingstown, Warwick, and many more – call today to see how our office can help you!
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An experienced personal injury attorney is a critical aspect of pursuing a claim against the person or party that caused your injury. Not only is an attorney familiar with the law, they can also help you navigate legal and practical challenges that frequently arise in any personal injury case.
A lawyer is also a great resource for addressing questions about what types of compensation you may be eligible to receive and explaining how to approach your personal injury claim altogether.
Personal injury cases have a statute of limitations, and most of them are between two and four years, depending upon the state in which you reside. As such, it’s of the utmost importance that you consult an attorney today to file your claim immediately.
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- If you have a listed illness or disease that is the same as listed in the schedule of diseases listed on the SSA website, you may automatically qualify for benefits.
- If your disability has the same signs and symptoms as a disease listed on the schedule under the CAL Initiative, then you may qualify for benefits as well.