If you’ve applied for Social Security disability benefits, you realize how difficult it is to get the benefits the government has promised. There are many forms that you must complete and give the Social Security Administration (SSA) all they ask for. Your physician must provide information and it is often up to you to get it to them. It is unsurprising that many applicants seek the help of an experienced disability benefits attorney like Steven W. Martin.
Social Security Disability
Since earning his law degree, Mr. Martin has been helping people get the disability benefits they need. He has assisted dozens successfully apply for benefits. He’s been representing clients in benefit appeals after the government denied their initial claim. Whether you’re applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) or Supplemental Income disability benefits (SSI), you can count on Mr. Martin’s services when you need them the most.
Social Security Disability Insurance
If you’ve earned enough Social Security “work credits” (basically, if you’ve been employed for a long enough period), you will qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits if you are otherwise medically eligible. That’s the key part of qualification; you must prove to the SSA that you are unable to work. Steve Martin can make the case for you with a thorough and meticulous review of your medical and work history. He will speak with any medical professionals and anyone else needed to provide information for your claim.
Supplemental Security Income Benefits
Disabled persons, the elderly and children who are unable to work or care for themselves may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). You may qualify if you are on low or limited income and can prove that you are unable to work. Like most government benefits, the process takes time and effort. A skilled attorney can prevent mistakes that could set your claim back for months when you need it yesterday.
Disability Benefit Appeals Attorney in San Diego
Anytime the government denies your application for disability benefits, you have the right to appeal that decision. Eventually, you will have the opportunity to present your case to an administrative law judge in an informal hearing. While the hearing is informal, you have too much to risk to handle it yourself. You need to exercise your right to have a lawyer presenting your case in the hearing. Steven Martin has successfully represented dozens of clients in disability appeals hearings. Whether you’ve been denied benefits or are applying for the first time, call Steve Martin to take advantage of his experience with Social Security benefits.