Should I get an attorney if my Social Security disability claim is denied?
The decision to hire an attorney for your social security disability claim is an important one. I would not recommend waiting until you receive a denial to hire an attorney for social security disability. Often times a social security disability attorney that has been doing this for a number of years is able to guide you through the system and knows what the Social Security Administration is looking for in order to make a determination on your case. That determination on your case can be made much sooner if you get the attorney involved sooner in the process. Keep in mind that the fee does not change for the attorney whether you hire them at the initial level, or hire them just before going into a hearing. The ability to prepare your case properly for a hearing, or even get you awarded before a hearing can only be done if you’ve hired the attorney.
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