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When you are disabled and unable to work, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) become extremely important to your livelihood. Unfortunately, the application process with the Social Security Administration (SSA) is often overwhelming and confusing for applicants, and it’s not uncommon to make minute errors that can thwart or stall the process.
Avoiding these types of problems is one of the key reasons that disabled persons should consult an attorney for help with their benefits. If you’re struggling with a disability and want to exercise your rights to SSDI or SSI, call attorney Nancy Coyle Strahan for a free legal consultation. In her 18 years’ experience, she has helped disabled individuals with nearly every type of case imaginable, and she knows how to skillfully navigate the applications and appeals processes.
The Help You Need to Get Your SSDI or SSI Benefits
SSDI was designed to provide much-needed benefits to workers who have become disabled and are no longer able to work in the capacity they once were. SSI provides benefits to low-income individuals who are blind, disabled, or 65 or older. The process of securing your benefits can be lengthy, and many claimants encounter unforeseen obstacles along the way.
Plus, the SSA denies many initial disability claims. Having an attorney represent you and fight on your behalf can help you ensure you complete the application process correctly and adequately present your case for benefits.
Nancy can act as your legal advisor and confidante through each stage of the claims process, including the following:
- Compilation of evidence and documentation to back your disability claim
- Filing the initial benefits application
- Reconsideration process
- Appeals and hearings
Answers to All Your Tough Disability Benefits Questions
If you or your loved one needs to file for SSDI or SSI, you likely have a ton of questions.
- Does my disability qualify me for benefits?
- How do I prove to the SSA that I’m disabled?
- How does the SSA calculate my benefits and how much will I get?
- What steps do I take if my initial claim is rejected?
- Is there anything I can do to speed up the process?
Attorney Nancy Coyle Strahan
You can direct all of your questions to Nancy. She knows the ins and outs of disability law and how to best lead applicants through the journey to a successful claim. She has a deep passion for helping the disabled, even in the toughest of cases, such as difficult-to-prove physical and mental conditions.
For a free consultation, call the Law Office of Nancy Coyle Strahan today. You can schedule an in-person or phone consultation at your convenience. Bring all your questions to the meeting. After a brief consultation, we can explain your legal options to you and help you take the next steps to pursue your benefits. Call us at 651-635-0745.