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Do I Need An Attorney At My Social Security Disability Hearing?

On Behalf of | Jan 11, 2016 | Uncategorized

It is next to impossible to predict a life-altering injury from a car accident, work related injury, medical malpractice scenario or devastating illness that would leave you unable to work, provide for your family, or function independently. These kinds of circumstances cause many individuals to seek assistance from the government to meet their daily needs through the use of Social Security Disability benefits. Financial support enables many Americans to lead more normal and fulfilling lives that would not otherwise be possible. The Social Security disability application process is not one a person would want to take lightly. The question is whether or not you can navigate the process on your own or if you should retain the services of a qualified attorney to assist you and give you support through the process.

The Complexity Of The Social Security Claims Process

There is an intricate and laborious process of collecting information and filing paperwork in order to even get to the point that your case is ready for the hearing, wherein your claim will either be rewarded or denied. The regulations governing the Social Security Administration’s disability program are complicated and dense enough that often, a layperson simply will not understand how to prepare their Social Security disability case adequately for the hearing.

How Can An Attorney Help?

Lawyers who specialize in disability law are extremely well-versed and familiar with the kind of evidence that wins or loses cases, and they fully comprehend how different judges function. Your lawyer will completely prepare your case prior to going into a hearing to ensure they are equipped to question the vocational expert and make sure you are ready to answer properly when you are questioned by the judge.

Tulsa Social Security Disability Attorney

Consult with the lawyers at Frasier, Frasier and Hickman, LLP. They can assist you with your Social Security claims paperwork so that you can have a fair hearing. Contact us today for a complimentary consultation by calling 918-779-3658


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