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Are you considering filing a Social Security Disability claim? Have you applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or SSD) and been denied benefits? Are you frustrated and ready to give up?
Don’t give up. Even if you have a debilitating injury or disability, it’s not unusual for the Social Security Administration to reject an initial application. The majority of applications (about 60 to 70 percent) are turned down. If you’ve been denied Social Security benefits, you simply will need to begin the appeals process, where your chances of success greatly improve.
At the Law Offices of Gary Martin Hays & Associates, P.C., we have experience helping people obtain Social Security benefits, which assist people with disabilities. Our Social Security lawyers in Atlanta GA can put skills and resources to work for Georgians in need of benefits through the following Social Security programs:
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) pays benefits to people who have worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) pays benefits based on financial need.
In pursuing an SSDI or an SSI claim, you have a right to retain a lawyer. Some folks may ask, why hire a Social Security disability attorney? With an experienced Atlanta Social Security lawyer on your side, your chances of getting approved are much better than they are if you pursue a claim on your own.
The Social Security process can be lengthy, frustrating and difficult to navigate. Don’t hesitate to rely on an Atlanta Social Security law firm. Call 1-800-898-HAYS, or contact us online. At Gary Martin Hays & Associates, we are happy to answer your questions and discuss your legal options.
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