Maybe you are waiting until you understand the Social Security Disability application process better. Maybe you simply have too much to do at the moment. Regardless of the reason you are putting it off, our team at Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A., would like to send you one simple message: It would probably be a good idea to act soon.
If you are like most people who are considering applying for Social Security Disability benefits, then you probably have a lot to handle. Any disability would probably have a profound impact on how you live your life. That is exactly why the program exists: To help you get your life back on track.
One of the reasons you may want to start sooner rather than later is that the approval processes may take some time. Additionally, it could be advantageous to get help with your application for two reasons.
First, someone who is familiar with the system would probably be able to prepare and submit your documents relatively quickly. Second, time would not be on your side if you made mistakes in your initial application. The appeals process, while accessible, has the potential to delay your benefits.
We often see people with disability issues who are worried about money. That should not be a cause for you to avoid getting some assistance with your preparation, as there are legal limits to the fees that attorneys would be able to charge you for this matter.
Furthermore, the sooner you act, the more chance you might have to effectively manage your financial situation. You may be able to claim back benefits, for example. With prompt action, we notice that it is much less likely for people to go into debt balancing the increased costs of dealing with their disabilities against the lower income they experience as a result of diminished working capacities. Please read on at our main site for more information.