While it is not mandatory to hire an attorney, it is highly recommended as a way to increase your overall odds of being found disabled. They can ensure that all your medical documents have been properly gathered and submitted. He or she will also provide legal arguments before an Administrative Law Judge. Statistically speaking, a person who is represented is awarded 3 times (3x) more often than an unrepresented Claimant.
If you do decide to hire an attorney, the representative will only be paid if you are awarded disability benefits. Disability attorneys know the different inner workings of the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) regulations. They can help you with any questions you may have. Moreover, guidance in terms of what is needed from your doctors can help to provide winning evidence of disability from a legal perspective.
These experienced attorneys have been through different disability processes with many other clients. They are mindful of the different challenges you may come across. A qualified attorney from the Keches Law Group, P.C. can help you through the process and make sure your rights are protected. Contact us for a free consultation. There is no obligation and no cost unless we win your case. Social Security calculates and handles all legal fees, making representation easy and based upon a small percentage of your past benefits only.