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Loveland Social Security Disability Attorney
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Social Security Disability Practice Areas
Filing an SSDI Claim
ALJ Hearings
Appeals Council
Applying for Disability Benefits
Back & Neck Pain / Spinal Injuries
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Denied Social Security Claims
Depression, Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder
Dire Need Cases
Disability Programs Types of Disability Benefits
Disability Terms and Definitions
Expediting Your Hearing
Federal Court Appeals
Initial Determination
Joint Pain / Orthopedic Injuries
Multiple Sclerosis
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus & Lyme Disease
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits
Social Security Disability Process & Timeline
SSD Benefits for Dependents
SSD When You Are 50 or Older
SSD Widows & Widowers Benefits
SSI Benefits for Children
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
The Appeals Process
The Disability Evaluation Process

Applying for Disability Benefits

Call a Loveland Social Security Disability Lawyer

Navigating the system when you need Social Security Disability is daunting. Many individuals who deserve benefits get denied because they didn't fill out a form properly or respond to the Social Security Administration on time. Don't let this happen to you! Get legal help to pursue the benefits you need by contacting a Loveland Social Security Disability attorney who can help advise you through the process of applying for disability benefits. You need an attorney who will fight on your behalf. If your first request was denied we can assist you in appealing the decision.

The Application Process

The process of applying for disability benefits can be extremely confusing and difficult. Your attorney can help you through the following steps:

  • Application. The first thing you must do is file your application. This can be done online, over the phone, or your attorney can help you file it.
  • Initial Determination: Your claim will be reviewed by people at the Disability Determination Services department. If you are approved, your file will be sent back to SSA to begin paying your benefits. If it is denied, you must file a written request for a hearing within 60 days.
  • ALJ hearings: After being denied you must request, in writing, a hearing with an administrative law judge. This is like a courtroom hearing, where you and your attorney can present evidence, cross-examine witnesses, and fight for your benefits.
  • Appeals Council: If you are denied at your hearing, you can file a Request for Review of your case to the Appeals Council. They will take a look at your request, and either agree to review it, or decide if the judge made the correct decision. If they review it, they may or may not deny you again. After exhausting all of these avenues and you are still being denied benefits, you may be able to file a civil action in Federal Court.

Social Security Disability Attorney Serving Loveland

When applying for disability benefits, if you don't follow the process exactly, your claim can get held up, lost, or denied. You need an experienced Social Security Disability attorney from the Busch Law Offices to make sure that every 'I' is dotted and 'T' is crossed before filing your application. With over 30 years of combined experience helping individuals like you seek their disability benefits, we understand the application process completely, and we can make sure your application is not denied due to a technicality.

For more information on the process of applying for disability benefits, or to get started on your application, contact a Loveland Social Security Disability lawyer from our firm today.

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