How a Lawyer Helps
Appealing a denied disability claim can be a difficult and time-consuming task. If you are considering an appeal, you need a lawyer. Claimants that represent themselves very often lose their appeals and sometimes end up spending more money in travel and preparation than they have to spare.
The disability attorneys at the Coye Law Firm offer you a free consultation
and the promise that we don't charge you anything unless we win your case. This page outlines how a lawyer can help you win much-needed benefits.
At the beginning of a denied disability claim, you need to authorize an attorney to have access to your medical records and Social Security file, talk to witnesses, and accompany you to meetings with Social Security representatives. Our experienced attorneys know the information that is needed to win your case and win it quickly. When you first meet with our staff, don't hesitate to ask questions about the paperwork you're signing--we want you to understand the process and how we work.
Without an attorney, the appeals process is confusing and overwhelming for many people. If your injury or condition prevents you from working, then the healing process is what you need to focus on and not legal terms or paperwork. At the Coye Law Firm, we work with our clients in every step of the appeals process to make sure their needs are addressed. You have enough to worry about if you're disabled and out of work.
As an experienced disability law firm, we know the timeframes and deadlines of appealing a disability claim. If you've been denied Social Security Disability benefits, call our firm within 60 days to start an appeal. The SSA sets this rule, so it is essential to follow. Working quickly and efficiently is one of the Coye Law Firm's strengths and it is absolutely essential to getting benefits for you.
Our experienced disability lawyer team knows that a case is won well before the day of the hearing. The Coye Law Firm works as a team to collect, analyze, and use paperwork and information as it relates to your case. We can communicate with medical providers, employers, or other professionals in order to validate and prove your disability claim to Social Security or an insurance company.
The appeals process can go through many court systems. If your request for reconsideration is denied, then your appeal moves onto the hearing stage of the process. Hearings take place in courtrooms, meeting rooms, or through videoconferences. An attorney is comfortable in these settings and with the judge who presides over the hearing. They can help you feel more comfortable answering questions from other people in the room. Without a disability lawyer, people can become confused or anxious in a final hearing.
A denied disability claims lawyer at the Coye Law Firm can be an advocate for you and your family if you are unable to work due to a disability. We know how lost wages and medical conditions affect your life and those that depend on you. Call us today to get a free consultation from an experienced member of our staff.