Thousands of people file social security disability claims each year. Unfortunately, many of these initial claims are denied for reasons such as incomplete paperwork. This can be very frustrating to individuals who are no longer able to work and need the funds from disability social security to pay their bills and take care of their family. If you’ve recently filed a claim and had it denied, a social security disability attorney in Fort Worth TX may be able to help you appeal your claim. However, before contacting an attorney, there’s a few things about the appeals process that you should be aware of.
First, it’s important to know that you aren’t required to hire an attorney to help with your appeal, but many people think that it makes the entire process easier. Some people also believe that their claim wouldn’t have been approved without an attorney’s help. It’s also important to know that any Social Security office in your area can help you file an appeal. After you file an appeal, your claim will be reconsidered by someone who didn’t have access to your first claim. If you’re your claim is denied again, you can request to have a hearing.
Even though it’s not a requirement, it’s a good idea to have an attorney with you at a hearing. During the hearing your attorney will be able to present the judge with any new information such as medical records or witness testimonies. At the hearing your attorney will also have an opportunity to question any witnesses who are present. Once the hearing is over, the judge will decide whether to approve or deny your claim. If your claim is denied, you can request to have your claim appealed once again.
If you feel that it would be best to have a social security disability attorney in Fort Worth TX help you with the appeals process, you should contact the Law Office of Carey Thompson, PC today to schedule a free initial consultation. During the consultation, the staff will evaluate your case and determine what steps you need to take next. Keep in mind that a consultation doesn’t obligate you to hire an attorney to represent you. However, if you do decide to hire them to represent you, it’s important to know that they won’t charge you any fees unless they are able to win your case.