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Kentucky Social Security Disability Lawyers

Do You Really Need the Services of a Social Security Attorney?

When it comes to Social Security disability, each case is unique. However, in most cases, it will be in your best interest to hire an experienced Social Security attorney close to you in Kentucky.

While it is not legally required you have legal representation when trying to acquire your SSI disability benefits, the representation can provide a number of benefits and a lot of help with your case. When you have legal representation, it will significantly increase your chances of winning your claim, as well as securing a favorable onset date for your disability, which will affect the benefit amount you receive.

While it can provide some benefits to seek legal help from a Social Security law firm near by during the initial filing process, many attorneys don’t get involved until you have to appeal a denial. If you do make the decision to hire an attorney for help with your disability case, you need to keep in mind there is a time limit on how long you have to file an appeal, which is typically 60 days. You must notify the Social Security Administration if you have plans to hire an attorney.

While the entire process can be confusing, our team at The Law Offices of Miller & Drozdowski, P.C. is ready and available to provide assistance. We have years of experience representing clients just like you and can help you get the results you deserve.

Hiring an Attorney for Help with Your Denied Disability Claim

If you have been denied your claim for benefits or you aren’t happy with the outcome you have received, you may file something referred to as a reconsideration appeal. This is another step of the process our disability lawyers in Kentucky can provide assistance with.

Unfortunately, reconsideration appeals most commonly result in a denial, which is why it may be best for you to wait until you receive a chance to have a hearing in front of an ALJ, or administrative law judge, which is the second level in the appeals process.

Our team can review the facts of your case and help you determine if you should wait or move forward with the reconsideration appeals. This is an important decision and one you can’t make without being informed.

Our Team Is Ready to Help You

If you are ready to move forward with your Social Security disability case, contact our Social Security lawyers around you for a free consultation. We can review the factors surrounding your case and ensure you receive the desired outcome. We understand how confusing and difficult these cases can be, which is why we are here to provide our assistance.

If you are ready to move forward with your Social Security benefits case, contact us today. We are standing by to help you receive the benefits you deserve to help get your life back on track.

Thank you for helping me with my disability and making it a pleasant experience. Emma was very great, explained everything so I could understand. Seems like she really cares for people, she is excellent, knows her job and does it well. I will indeed tell others about your office and send them to you, if I have to bring them myself, you all are great. Thank you.

~ Debra G.

You all did a great job. Thanks for being a blessing to me and my family. Keep up the good work.

~ Nakeesha C.

Thank you for being there for me! You helped me with things on my case that I didn’t even know about. You were in the office whenever I needed somebody to talk to. You were the best lawyers that I have ever had.

~ Stephanie H.

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