Social Security Disability Benefits Are Critical To Your Well-Being
Receiving the Social Security Disability Insurance/Supplemental Security Income (SSDI/SSI) benefits you need is crucial. Unfortunately, it is not an easy process to do on your own. With a lawyer’s help, however, you can increase your chances of getting benefits.
Talk to Daniel B. Scott Attorney at Law in Bristol to learn how he can assist you. Mr. Scott has more than 30 years of legal experience. In addition, he is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives, which educates attorneys and advocates for people seeking benefits. You can trust his experience and knowledge in this area of law. For a free consultation with him, call 860-585-9647.
The SSDI/SSI Process
Most people who apply for SSDI/SSI are initially denied. It is also common to be denied at the reconsideration stage. Daniel B. Scott knows how to review denied claims and determine the reason for the denial. He can help you include the information the Social Security Administration (SSA) requires.
He will also help you with the hearing with an administrative law judge (ALJ). If necessary, he will represent you at the appeals council review. He thoroughly understands the process and will ensure that appeals deadlines are met.
To receive SSDI/SSI, your injuries must prevent you from working for at least a year. You may receive SSDI/SSI benefits for numerous physical and mental health conditions such as:
- Paralysis and spinal cord injuries
- Back injuries
- Amputations/loss of limb
- Head and brain injuries
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and anxiety disorder
- Heart disease and stroke
- Neurological disorders
Some people are eligible for SSDI/SSI benefits and workers’ compensation benefits. It is important that you work with an attorney who knows how to obtain the maximum benefits from both programs.
Getting Benefits Takes Time, So Start Today
To set up your free consultation, simply call 860-585-9647 or contact the firm online. The firm represents people in Connecticut.