Establishing Your Eligibility
There are many dos and don’ts when it comes to obtaining benefits from the Social Security Administration. There are certain fundamental ideas, however, that I would like any individual to know if they desire to receive benefits. I have successfully served for several decades in this field and my experience has shown that without the use of an effective Fayetteville Social Security disability lawyer, chances are that your first claim for obtaining benefits will be denied.
While I have helped many individuals to favorably resolve denied claims, I would rather work with you earlier in the process, to greatly improve the odds that your first claim will be approved. In this way, you can begin receiving benefits much faster. The process begins with our meeting and establishing your eligibility for either Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The former pays benefits to those who are unable to work based on an injury or medical condition. The latter applies for those that are blind, or are 65 years of age and up, or have a disability but are ineligible for SSDI. I can give you clear and concise answers to the differences between the two programs and what the eligibility requirements are.
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Once we determine that you are eligible, I can then begin the process of making certain that all needed evidence is gathered and your claim is correctly filed. Despite detailed preparation of your claim, there is still a chance it may be denied. When that occurs I get to work to prepare an appeal of your claim and, when needed, go through each of the 4 levels of appeal towards the goal of you receiving the benefits you need.
At the Law Office of Mike Angel, I don’t like seeing those who deserve benefits being denied and sometimes it is just a matter of persisting with the correct information until your claim is approved.
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