Huntington Attorneys For Social Security Benefits Hearings

It is important to realize that most people who apply for Social Security benefits are initially denied. This does not mean that you will not receive benefits. It does mean, however, that you may be required to go further in the Social Security process.

The process can have multiple steps and be quite complicated. After an initial Social Security application, a request for reconsideration must be filed within 60 days if a claim was denied. At this point, it is extremely beneficial to retain expert counsel. If a request for reconsideration is denied, an applicant must apply for a hearing. This hearing is handled by the Social Security Administration and takes place before an administrative law judge. You need a Social Security attorney who will prepare you for the hearing, speak on your behalf and be by your side throughout the hearing and the entire Social Security process.

Presenting all the relevant information is key — this is something that a skilled legal team can do with expertise and comprehensive knowledge. You need a Social Security Disability lawyer who knows the Social Security rules and regulations in terms of exactly what medical and vocational evidence is required for each possible disabling condition.

Supplemental Security Income Lawyers For Social Security Benefits Hearings

Regardless of where you are in trying to obtain Social Security benefits, we are prepared to put the experience that has obtained millions in benefits and compensation for clients to work for you. We want to point out that we work directly with clients and specifically in our local community. This personal attention ensures that we understand fully all details related to every case and client.

Need help with a West Virginia SSI appeal? We're here. Call a Huntington SSD attorney now, day or night: 304-521-4572 or toll free 877-262-3376.

At Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, we have over 70 years of combined legal experience. We understand the importance of obtaining denied benefits to support yourself and your family. Contact us.