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Somerset Disability

Professional Legal Representation In All 50 States.

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NO WIN NO FEE - SOCIAL SECURITY CLAIMS

Having a disability that keeps you from working can be very stressful, that's why at Somerset Disability you never have to worry about our fees. When we win your case we are paid directly from the Social Security Administration in accordance with the SSA regulations.

SOCIAL SECURITY APPEAL LAWYERS

Our Social Security attorneys are specialists in representing our clients during the Social Security appeals process. Each case we handle has gone through our 121 step process that prepares your case for favorable outcome at the appeal hearing.

ATTORNEYS IN ALL 50 STATES

At Somerset Disability our Social Security lawyers fight for your rights throughout your case. When it comes to winning Social Security disability claims our lawyers are in front of judges every day and in every state from appeals to reconsiderations and to trails.

We Care

Somerset Disability

Your case is as important to us as it is to you. With Somerset you are not a number or an other file, we care about every client and aim to provide you with the best social security disability representation.

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Social Security Disability

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A disability claim is a request filed with the Social Security Administration for income assistance. This type of claim is filed when someone believes a mental/ physical disability may lead to an inability to lead a normal life or find a job.

There are different stages to a disability process. The initial stage is filling out an SSDI or SSI application. A Social Security claims representative may either deny or approve your application. The usual time frame for this is three to five months. During this stage, over 60% of applicants are being denied.

If your application gets denied, you have 60 days to file for a reconsideration. 85% of reconsideration cases get denied during this period.

If you are denied once again, you can request a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge with you or your representative that appeal your case. You have another 60 days from the date of receiving the denial from the reconsideration request. You may also bring witnesses to testify for you. The judge may request doctors, medical experts, and other professionals to testify. This may be the deciding point of your case. In some situations, your attorney may request a decision from the judge without the actual hearing process.

Once you receive the decision, and it turns out denied, you have another 60 days to ask the Social Security Appeals Council for a review. At this stage, you would need to work with a qualified Social Security Disability Lawyer or advocate.

If your appeal with the Appeals council has been denied, another appeal has to be filed with the Federal District Court of Appeals.

Your attorney is the one to responsible in filing the complaint, the opening brief, and the reply brief. The Federal District Court may also call for an oral argument. Your lawyer will argue your case in front of the judge. Three things can happen with your case: (1) the judge will support the decision of the Social Security Disability Appeals Council; (2) the judge will send your case back to the Social Security Administration for further review, or; (3) the judge will decide to award you the Social Security Disability benefits.

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What Is An ODAR Hearing

The Office of the Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) is where hearings and appeals are made. The hearings made before the Social Security Administration are done through their hearing offices. ODAR has 10 regional offices, 141 hearings offices. They also have 5...

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When To Apply For SSD Benefits

Applying for Social Security disability benefits is a lengthy process and can cause you a great deal of time and energy. Most applications during the initial stage get denied. To increase your chance of getting approved, it is recommended that a skilled Social...

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How To Qualify For Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a government program designed to help those lacking financial resources. SSI, like Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is overseen by the Social Security Administration (SSA). However, the requirements to qualify for SSI...

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