Loveland SSD Attorneys
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus & Lyme Disease
Being afflicted with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, or Lyme disease is difficult enough without having to also desperately fight for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. These debilitating medical conditions often prevent people from being able to work properly, socialize normally, or even live comfortably. The severity of the illnesses often make completing even the smallest tasks impossible. That’s why SSD benefits exist. With over thirty years of combined legal experience, our Loveland SSD attorneys will fight for you and help you get the financial resources you need and deserve.
Contact us today to find out if you are eligible for SSD benefits and get a free consultation.
We Know the Application Process Inside & Out
The application process for receiving SSD benefits is complicated and can drag on for years without proper legal counsel. There are many complex forms and obscure policies in the process that we encountered over the past three decades. Fortunately, we have spent so much time in this particular field of law that our team of lawyers has become intimately familiar with all of SSD’s policies, guidelines, and forms. We know what the workers at the Social Security Administration (SSA) are looking for in the filed paperwork and we know how to maximize your chance of success.
These are the steps to apply for SSD benefits:
- File your initial claim to the SSA by mail, over the phone, or through us
- If denied, you can request for reconsideration
- If denied, you can request for an ALJ (administrative law judge) hearing
- If denied at the hearing, you can request a review by the Appeals Council
- If denied by Appeals Council, you can file a civil suit with the Federal Court
How to Increase Your Chance of Success
Governmental assistance programs move at a snail’s pace which is why it is important to get your benefits early on in the process, before the appeals. A quick approval can result if your application is comprehensive and convincing.
One of the best ways to strengthen your claim and make it more persuasive is to provide ample documentation of your illness or injury. Visit a doctor or other licensed medical professional to overserve and document your medical condition thoroughly. The more evidence you have of your medical condition affecting you and your ability to work, the better. Make sure to constantly document any new changes in your medical condition as they could influence the application’s approval as well.
Call our Loveland SSD lawyers at (877) 435-1514 for a complimentary case evaluation today.