Why Hire An SSD Attorney?
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has very specific rules about what does and does not qualify as a disability for their programs. If the wording on your application isn’t right or the evidence you submit for evaluation is not sufficient or properly presented, your claim could be denied.
To qualify for benefits, your disability must be severe and prevent you from doing any job and earning an income. Even if you clearly cannot go back to your old job, your claim can be denied if Social Security thinks that there’s another job out there that you can do.
Social Security’s own studies from 2001 to 2010 show that there is a steadily increasing backlog of cases that are still waiting on decisions. It can take years to get through that process. By working with an attorney who understands the SSA, you can ensure that you are giving the SSA everything it needs to easily approve your claim from the start.
An Attorney Can Help You Succeed The First Time You File
At Kaylor, Kaylor & Leto, P.A., we have decades of experience handling Social Security claims for people in central Florida. We understand:
- What evidence the SSA wants to see of your disability
- How to present that evidence in the way that the SSA understands it
- Which missing information on an application could lead to a denial
- How to avoid other mistakes that could send you back to the beginning of the process
We recognize that there’s a lot of pressure on you to get all the evidence that Social Security needs to see, when it wants to see it. The process can be overwhelming if you are already dealing with a painful, debilitating condition.