Loveland Social Security Disability Attorney
Diligent Protection of the Rights of the Disabled
You have worked hard, now it may be time to let the law work for you and your family. If you have been injured or have become ill, are unable to work and expect your condition to continue for at least 12 months, you may qualify for federal disability benefits. Even if you have been denied Social Security benefits previously, we may be able to help.
Many people try to navigate the disability benefits system themselves, and this is an unnecessary risk to take. The Social Security Administration (SSA) is one of the largest bureaucracies in the world. Understaffed and underfunded, the SSA simply does not have the resources to adequately review claims submitted to it, nor the ability to give your claim the attention it deserves. The result is that 2 out of 3 applicants have their claims denied. To maximize your chances of success, it is vital to seek the counsel of an experienced Loveland Social Security Disability attorney who can get the process moving on a fast track.
Busch Law Offices have helped individuals throughout Loveland and the surrounding area obtain Social Security Disability benefits insurance (SSD) and
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Matt and Brett Busch will work actively at all stages of the process - from the initial Social Security application to final approval.
Social Security Disability Lawyer in Loveland
There are many advantages to working with an attorney at the start of the Social Security Disability process and timeline. An SSD attorney can prepare your claim correctly to avoid denial at the
ALJ hearing. The wrong statement on an application can lead to a
denied Social Security claim and make it more difficult to present before the
appeals council for
Federal Court of Appeals is the last hope for a denied claim, but if the documentation is out of order, the court is unforgiving.
Applying for disability benefits correctly from the outset will help avoid potential problems up front. It is a good practice to see an attorney who can advise you on the disability terms and definitions so that you may know what maladies qualify as "disabilities." An attorney can advise you on
disability programs and types of disability benefits. In addition to the two main programs SSD and SSI mentioned above, there are
SSD benefits for dependents, SSD
when you are 50 or older,
SSD widows and widower's benefits and
SSI benefits for children.
Some physical and mental difficulties are listed by the SSA as actual "disabilities," such as cancer, Multiple Sclerosis,
rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus and Lyme disease. Others such as
back and neck pain/spinal injuries,
chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS),
depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder
fibromyalgia, as well as
joint pain/orthopedic injuries would have to undergo the
disability evaluation process. In some
dire need cases, the SSA meets immediately, but this is extremely rare.
Working diligently at the start for a positive initial determination will make the difference to recover benefits and in the
appeals process. As experienced SSD and SSI lawyers, Busch Law Offices can sometimes cut weeks and months from the approval process, and get your benefits coming as quickly as possible.
Contact a Loveland Social Security Disability attorney
to get the help you need when seeking benefits.