Disabled? Don’t Delay Filing Your Claim
If you’re disabled due to an injury or illness, do not wait to file your claim for benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Part of the reason you need to act now is because the date you first contact Social Security can affect when you are first entitled to benefits and how much of a back payment you are due once your claim is approved.
The other part of the reason is that the Social Security Administration (SSA) moves very slowly on disability claims. The SSA receives almost 2.7 million claims for benefits every year and each one of those must be carefully reviewed before it can be approved or denied.
A Mistake In Filing Can Have Serious Consequences
Only about a third of the claims SSA receives for benefits every year are approved. Since it takes almost two years to get a hearing before a Social Security judge in Florida, even a minor mistake in your application can have serious consequences on your life.
At Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A., we can help you avoid mistakes with your application. We have helped hundreds of people in Florida appeal denied SSDI claims. Call us in Lakeland at or schedule an appointment online for experienced assistance with your claim. Your consultation is free.
Learn More About Your Benefits
- Does your disability qualify you for Social Security?
- Do you have a claim for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income?
- How do you appeal a denial from Social Security?
- How do the Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income programs differ?
- Why do you need to hire a Social Security Disability attorney?
Call Today: No Fee Unless You Receive Benefits
Do not be afraid to ask an attorney for help with your disability claim. Your lawyer will not get paid unless your claim is successful, and the amount of that payment is capped by law.