Why do I need a Social Security Attorney ?

Sep 07, 2015

The process for claiming Social Security can be long and tiresome. More so, navigating the world of law on your own can be a hassle mirroring a nightmare. At Agee Clymer Mitchell and Portman, we have highly-experienced professionals long versed in the process of the law, here to assist and guide your potential actions. Our attorneys give you the upper hand in dealing with the court. Our practice areas in dealing with Social Security include: worker’s compensation, Social Security Disability, long-term/short-term disability, intentional torts, medical malpractice, personal injury, and public employees retirement. We care for our clients and push ourselves to help them succeed.

Not quite convinced you need an attorney? There are a variety of different benefits to having a professional partner in your long journey of claiming Social Security.

AVOID MISTAKES

Across the country, the majority of Social Security related claims are denied during their first application. It’s a long and complicated process, often slowed down by various hoops and obstacles confusing to most applicants. Having an attorney by your side helps you navigate the world of claims for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSID) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) better and more thoughtfully. An attorney can guide you away from common application mistakes that often lead to denial. Time is of the essence for Social Security matters and our attorneys will make your experience smoother, less disheartening, and have a greater chance for success.

KNOW YOUR BENEFITS

There are four different types of Social Security Disability you can claim for: Physical, Mental, Workers over 50, and Children’s Supplemental Security Income. Each comes with its own qualifications and specifications unique to its category. To make sure you are building a case for the correct disability category, our attorneys can help guide you through the process of deciding where your specific needs and history line up with the possibilities of claims and the benefits possible from each one.

UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS

The hearing and appeals process can be a long, tough road. It is extremely important you have a steady knowledge of where your case is taking you and the possible results that can come from it. Having an aiding attorney acting as a mentor, guide, and champion, you’ll be able to maneuver through the process as steady as possible. As for the basics, you can complete the initial application process with or without guidance. Moving forward through appeals is where our attorneys can assist. In Columbus, there are four steps to the disabilities’ appeals process: the application, first appeal (the reconsideration), second appeal (the Social Security Disability hearing), and the third appeal (an Appeals Council review).

NEED A SOCIAL SECURITY ATTORNEY?

Agee Clymer Mitchell and portman have represented hundreds of clients, each with their own unique history and plan for course of action. Legal representation is essential for the confidence you should have in winning a case. Our professionals and their expertise are here to guide you to your favorable outcome, in hopes that you, too, will join our ranks of justified Social Security clients. Call at (614) 221-3318 or contact us online today.

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