Competent, experienced legal representation is highly recommended in navigating the complicated route to securing your Social Security Disability Benefits. No attorney’s fees are paid unless you are awarded your disability benefits. If you have been denied benefits, now is the time to obtain representation.
You should be confident of the representation that you choose and that you can work with that person on your case.
Many applicants for Social Security Disability Benefits are routinely denied initially and upon reconsideration. You have a right to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge who will decide your case without considering your previous denials. You have the right to testify on your own behalf and present other witnesses and evidence.
You must file for your appeal within 60 days after EACH denial to protect your claim. The process can often be discouraging, but with representation, you can be assured that all details and timelines will be observed and handled with personal attention to each individual case. Peggy L. Stevens and Stephanie A. Christel understand the Social Security Disability Process and know how to work with the many complex legal strictures placed upon obtaining benefits. Peggy L. Stevens and Stephanie A. Christel are available for a free consultation. If travel is a problem, arrangements can be made to meet at another location.