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Questions to Ask Your Social Security Attorney

Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, is monetary assistance for individuals who are unable to work. Compensation is granted by the government to those whose inability to work is the result of a disability. When seeking assistance in your SSDI claim, there are certain questions you will want to ask your law firm.

  • How do I qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance?
    There are strict regulations for obtaining SSDI. The first step to receiving government assistance is to know if you qualify for SSDI or any other Social Security benefit. Your attorney will be able to assist you in determining if you have a legal claim to SSDI, but in the end the decision is left to a federal agency.

  • How do I apply for Social Security Disability Insurance?
    Many SSDI applications are denied because they were not filled out correctly. There are several steps to filing for SSDI, and each of these steps must be carefully followed or your application can be automatically denied. Employing an attorney to help file a claim properly will increase your chances of receiving aid. A law office can also assist in appealing a denied claim.

  • How much will I be charged for hiring legal assistance?
    There are strict regulations that dictate how much and when an attorney can charge for SSDI assistance. Be sure to discuss these figures with your attorney before you begin filing for SSDI. If fees are not agreed upon before your claim is approved there are additional steps in arranging payment. There are limits to the amount your attorney can charge you, so make sure you know how much that is.
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    Law firms that offer help with social security and disability insurance claims often need the diverse skills of several professionals. Attorneys with legal backgrounds in social security benefits, management, appeals, and regulations play one of the most important roles within the practice. Without them, the law firm would not have a professional that could represent clients and appeal for benefits.

    Many firms also hire paralegals to help attorneys perform research, fill out forms, and gather information for their cases. These professionals might also help clients fill out government applications so that they can receive assistance for personal injury or disability status. Although they do not usually have as much education as the lawyers, they are an essential part of the company.

    Law firms also need managers that can oversee the business’s finances and office policies. Although these managers might not have experience helping clients apply for benefits from the Social Security Administration or insurance companies, they should know how to run an office effectively. This helps the firm meets its business goals, which allows them to compensate their employees while helping clients get the assistance that they need.

    Law firms might also employ runners. These individuals deliver important documents to the right recipients. Firms that are located in urban areas often have runners that walk the documents to recipients. In less concentrated areas, though, the runners might use cars to reach their destinations. Runners should also know how to file documents with the appropriate court systems and government agencies. This helps ensure that a claim is processed on time. These employees, therefore, should be trustworthy and punctual.