Up to 70% of disability applicants are denied benefits the first time they apply so it’s not unusual for many of them to find a lawyer and appeal the disability decision. Recently on our forum we had a user ask, “If I was denied benefits the first time I applied but I have hired a SSDI lawyer will I win benefits on appeal?”
If you have applied for disability benefits and been denied or you are considering filing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for the first time you might wonder when is the best time to contact a disability attorney. Recently on our disability forum we had a user ask, “If I am going to file for SSDI how do I know when it the right time to hire a disability attorney?”
Recently on our disability forum we had a disability applicant ask us if they had to be denied Supplemental Security Income (SSI) before they hired a lawyer or if it was better to talk to a lawyer before they applied. This blog will address the pros and cons of hiring a lawyer from the beginning.
If you have applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) you may be surprised to find you cannot get a disability attorney to take your case. Recently on our disability forum we had a user ask, “What do I do if I have had four disability attorneys refuse to take my case?”