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Disabled people in Knoxville and East Tennessee

Dedicated Social Security Disability Lawyers in Lexington

If you are in the process of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, or have already applied, you know how frustrating it can be. Depending on your diagnosis and symptoms, you may have a complex set of requirements to meet for benefits approval.

The Social Security Disability Claims Process 

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a set of guidelines they refer to when assessing applications. These guidelines are compiled in what is known as the Blue Book, which categorizes disabilities. Both physical and mental diagnoses are listed, and they are broken down based on the body system affected rather than the cause of the symptoms.

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If you have multiple issues, interpreting requirements can become extremely difficult. Experienced disability attorneys have the knowledge and familiarity needed to navigate the Blue Book, and they know how to anticipate what the claim evaluators will look for. 

The disability lawyers here at Miller Disability Law, P.C. can pinpoint what supporting documentation is necessary to prove your claim, and how to obtain the evidence needed. We are used to working closely with medical professionals and insurance companies. We know how to communicate the need for additional lab work, diagnostic scans, test results, and more.

Disability Claims Denied

The SSA only approves roughly 30% of all initial claims submitted. The main reasons for denial are incomplete forms and insufficient supporting documentation. Many times applications are not completed properly, as well. The best way to qualify for Social Security disability benefits is to work with a dedicated law firm. 

Our disability attorneys will fill out and file your paperwork for you, to ensure everything is complete and correct. If your initial claim has been denied, we can appeal the claim for you. We will look at your original application and determine the reason for denial, then resubmit the application with the correct information and additional documentation.

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Don’t Give Up

If you have been diagnosed with a qualifying disorder or condition, are unable to work, and meet the financial requirements, there is very little reason for you to be denied benefits. As long as you are eligible for Social Security disability benefits, we will advocate for you to receive the benefits you have earned. The process is long, tedious, and stressful, and we are here to shoulder that for you.

Lexington Social Security Disability Attorneys

At Miller Disability Law, P.C., our passion is helping people like you. We know first-hand how overwhelming it can be to struggle through this process on top of dealing with illness and the inability to work full-time. There are financial struggles as well as daily ones, and the additional stress of legal matters is not helpful.

You can rely on our disability attorneys to support and guide you through your claim. We will fight for you so you can focus on feeling better and moving on with your life. Don’t let disability stop you – let us help you. Call today for a free case evaluation.

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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