Applying for Social Security Disability Can Be Complicated. A Social Security Disability Lawyer Can Help.
Filing for Social Security Disability benefits can be a complicated and confusing process. The paperwork for applying for Social Security Disability can be confusing, and most individuals don’t fill out the necessary paperwork correctly, and often don’t submit the correct medical documentation to support their case.
Talk with a Local Social Security Disability Lawyer Who Will Be Here for You
When you search for Social Security Disability attorneys, you will be directed to paid advertisements by “big” out of state firms. You won’t talk to an attorney until your hearing, and they will hire local attorneys to handle the hearing for them anyway, and oftentimes, crucial evidence to support your claim has not been submitted.
MCV Law's Social Security Disability Lawyers Guide You Through the Process
Social Security Disability lawyers understand the application process. At MCV Law, a Social Security Disability attorney will review your case to determine the relevant medical evidence and testing needed to support your case. We assist you in obtaining the necessary medical documentation from your doctor and the hospitals where you received treatment.
Social Security Disability Lawyers Help You Get the Medical Evidence Your Case Needs
Medical records alone aren’t enough. We are familiar with local providers and will work with you to obtain statements from your doctors to support your case. Depending on the nature of your disability, we may also suggest further evaluations by specialists to support your case. We also investigate other evidence that will support your case, such as statements from employers or co-workers.
We will ensure you meet all deadlines for information requested, and file any necessary appeals for you.
Social Security Disability Lawyers Prepare You for Your Hearing
We meet with you several weeks before your hearing to prepare you for questions you will be asked by the Judge assigned to your case during your hearing. We will request any missing evidence that is necessary to support your case. We will organize all the evidence in your case and prepare a prehearing memo for the Judge assigned to your case, referencing all evidence in your file that supports your case.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation with a Social Security Disability Lawyer
If you are unable to work due to an injury or chronic medical condition, we are happy to speak with you.
"Kimberly Slimbaugh and her staff were awesome at helping me fill out my SSDI application and were always available if I had a question or concern and also very prompt and professional....I would highly recommend their services."
- Yvette, a satisfied MCV Law client