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Will a SSDI Lawyer Make My Case Go Faster?
Posted in: Disability Lawyer on March 18th, 2015

reliefOne of the most difficult aspects about applying for SSDI is the time factor. It always seems to be a hurry up and wait type of venture. You have to hurry to get all of your documentation gathered and proper filing of your papers. Then you sit and wait for weeks for some type of action regarding your case.

A lot of people that are in this situation wonder if using a disability lawyer to assist them will expedite their claim. They assume that these attorneys have more clout in the legal system. This is not the case, yet many times they can expedite cases by changing the circumstances.

There are a lot of reasons why the SSDI gets dragged out. The wrong papers may have been used for the application, or the right papers were used and filled out wrong. In order to get your claim approved on the first round you really need to understand the system and what is required. Most people are totally lost when it comes to this. This is where a SSDI lawyer can be most effective. This professional knows where the pitfalls are when it comes to applying for this and is able to avoid them.

The biggest delay comes when the application is turned down an individual has to appeal. This can take months before the case is even heard. By avoiding this headache that alone should dramatically expedite the SSDI application.

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