When you make an application of Social Security disability claims consider how many times you’ve done it in the past? Never? Well then why do you think you can do it correctly on your own? It’s not like filing out your own tax returns. You may be very qualified to fill in your own 1040” s every year without incident, but that does not mean you’re capable of filling out the Social Security disability claim correctly. The fact is that categorically most individuals are denied without specific reasoning’s as to why.
The process is such that once coming to the very first line of information that is grounds for a denial they stop looking at your application. So in essence if you’ve answered one question wrong they stop reading. It’s very likely that if you misinterpreted a question and answered in a fashion that is grounds for a rejection, you likely have other answers relating to that in which you misunderstood that the Social Security Administration will not inform you of because they stop when they get to the first wrong answer.
The truth is that you are applying for government financing. And just like when you apply for a mortgage which in essence is government financing, there are very specific paperwork guidelines that must be met. Answer one question wrong on a mortgage application and you’re denied as well, and the Social Security disability claims process is absolutely no different. You wouldn’t apply for a mortgage alone; you’d use a loan officer to ensure you filled it in correctly. You’d use that loan officer to check your supporting paperwork that they advised you to bring in and make sure it looks correct in their eyes wouldn’t you? Of course you would so like that same process your application and supporting paperwork must be perfect in order to get funding.
The approval of your Social Security disability claims is your guaranteed income every month from the government for a length of five years from the first date of application. So once you’re approved you will receive your monthly awarded amount for all the months during your application process. It is from this very large lump sum payment that social security disability lawyers take their percentage. That pays for their processing your Social Security disability claims for the previous year of application. So you can have professional help without feeling a pinch for the payment.
Get approved for your Social Security disability claim the first time you apply by using the professional help of the law office of John E. Horne. That pays for their processing your Social Security disability claims for the previous year of application. So you can have professional help without feeling a pinch for the payment.